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    i have a bad capacitor for a 47PFL3603D/27

    i have read through alot of forums about bad capacitors on this board.....272217100571 POWER SUPPLY 2300KEG033A-F PLHL-T722A

    my tv has a black picture with sound. it went out slowly and had all the symptoms of a bad capacitor.i have read that if i replace the bulging capacitor that all should be good to go again. so i crack open my tv and sure enough there it a bulging capacitor... im thinking this is awesome. find a new capacitor and my tv will be up and running again.....not so simple... i cant find a replacement capacitor in fact i would like to get 10 new capacitors... here are the numbers off of the bad capacitor.... 1000 µf 50 volt 150 degrees C... now i can find a 1000 µf 50 volt capacitor just NOT with a temprature rating that is that high. i found 1 website that gave me the option to buy in bulk which was 300 capacitors.... i dont need that many. does anyone know a site that has what i need? i would rather pay $2 as apposed to the $135 for a whole new board. any help would be appreciated.

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    Your contry?

    Try Farnell or Rs.

    http://www.farnell.com/

    http://pt.rs-online.com/web/

    Quote Originally Posted by GoGoneWendt View Post
    i have read through alot of forums about bad capacitors on this board.....272217100571 POWER SUPPLY 2300KEG033A-F PLHL-T722A

    my tv has a black picture with sound. it went out slowly and had all the symptoms of a bad capacitor.i have read that if i replace the bulging capacitor that all should be good to go again. so i crack open my tv and sure enough there it a bulging capacitor... im thinking this is awesome. find a new capacitor and my tv will be up and running again.....not so simple... i cant find a replacement capacitor in fact i would like to get 10 new capacitors... here are the numbers off of the bad capacitor.... 1000 µf 50 volt 150 degrees C... now i can find a 1000 µf 50 volt capacitor just NOT with a temprature rating that is that high. i found 1 website that gave me the option to buy in bulk which was 300 capacitors.... i dont need that many. does anyone know a site that has what i need? i would rather pay $2 as apposed to the $135 for a whole new board. any help would be appreciated.

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    im from the united states.

    neither of those sites have what i need.

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    maybe 1000Uf 50V 105 degrees celsius?
    I do not now capacitor for 150 degrees, in europe he have 85 or 105 degress celcius.

    http://www.rs-components.com/index.html

    USA 125 Degrees celsius? fahrenheit?
    http://www.alliedelec.com/search/pro...px?SKU=8590250

    Europe 105 degrees celsius
    http://pt.rs-online.com/web/p/aluminio/3654329/
    Last edited by Manuel; 12-02-2011 at 09:57 PM.

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    it needs to be rated for 150 degrees celsius... if you put one in rated at a lower temp it wont last.. go to low and it will just go pop.

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