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roisin

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a component on the circuit board shorted out, the markings on it is 6086 156k +15k could be a tvr but i can find no info or sub, can anybody help. Thanks
 

roisin

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Thank you for taking interest, not well up in computers will have to get some help to post picture , i will describe the component its brown in colour axial with 2 leads its about 10mm long x 5 mm round with cone on one end, has circular indent at one end, there is a plus sign on circuit board and with c7 marked on circuit board. Thanks
 

duke37

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C7 is almost certainly an electrolytic capacitor.

Picture please:)
 

davenn

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Thank you for taking interest, not well up in computers will have to get some help to post picture , i will describe the component its brown in colour axial with 2 leads its about 10mm long x 5 mm round with cone on one end, has circular indent at one end, there is a plus sign on circuit board and with c7 marked on circuit board. Thanks

and you gave all except the important info

WHAT markings are on it ?
if the ones in your first post, it doesn't really make much sense

please get a pic posted
 

roisin

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ThNKS TO ALL FOR ADVISE ETC AND YOU WERE RIGHT- IT IS A CAPACITOR TANTALUM MOLDED, FOUND INFO ON WEB KEMET CAPACITORS PAGE 43 NOT SURE IF I AM READING IT RIGHT 15UF 25V CAN ANYONE VERIFY. THANKS,
 

spunke1

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my C1 blew but is the same number as C7. mine says 173D+ 156K 20v+ 9123 2 (the 2 is inside a circle) it looks like a vishay capacitor. any feedback? i dont do a lot of capacitor replacement so i need a little help as well. looks like the same parts as roisin but different numbers on the part? my handman is older....15years or so. says "clark" on it.
 

roisin

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Hello. if you look on the net for kemet tantalum molded/axial capacitors you will find a reference how to decode those numbers also it gives capacitor outline drawings, would be interesting to know result.
 

tedstruk

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never trust a device that has blown caps in the past.
those that may blow caps in the future are ok...

MODERATOR NOTE: Please ignore tedstruck. He spouts nonsense continually and is very near earning himself another holiday.
 
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