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Old 01-24-2022, 06:29 PM   #2
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Default Re: Old capacitor series with "CE" markings

At 25-30 years old, those caps have probably been out of production for quite a while. But the 85C parts are just general purpose types, so just find a 105C general purpose series from a good company (Chemicon, Nichicon, Panasonic or Rubycon). Similarly, find a 105C 400V part from a good company that is similar in size (a modern part might be a bit smaller) and the proper lead spacing.
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