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October 29, 2008

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Paul

Electrolytic capacitor leakage or drying up (and failure) is a common problem with many older radios.

jeffrey McMahon

So far I've been lucky I guess.

Bill DeFelice

I forgot to mention in my original post that Mouser Electronics has many of the same make / manufacturer capacitors, in the case of the radio enthusiast who wants to make the inside of their radio look factory stock and unaltered. This was less of a consideration for me as I only cared about resolving the operating issues and returning the radios to "as-new" performance.

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