|Original Capacitors -- You can easily see that they are both swollen|
|Footprint of the original 56V 8200uF capacitor.|
The lead closest to me is negative, the one opposite is
positive, and the third lead is strictly for stabilization
(This is a fairly large capacitor after all!).
|Footprint of the replacement 63V 10000uF capacitor.|
It's different, but I can make it work.
|Where the original capacitors were located. |
The top lead is the stabilization lead.
|The left spot is drilled for the footprint of the new capacitor.|
|The final modifications. A capacitor is seated in the righthand spot.|
|The capacitors soldered in.|
|Final resting place.|
|Another view of the new capacitors.|
Unfortunately this work didn't pay off. At least I had some fun doing it!