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Old 12-07-2014, 02:01 PM   #1
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Hi everyone
anxious to get an answer so I can hook up this Dell 19" monitor LCD
to my old computer

The green light kept blinking so I got the replacement capacitors
from this seemingly good reputation company.

Now I'm not sure if I have one in the right place....the part number is printed on the power supply board 1000uf25v at 8624 for example

Now if I could get a spec. sheet or something that would give me the
value of each capacitor at each part number ?

Or perhaps one of you have a power supply board
Dell E197FPf


Pretty sure I have them all the right polarity there was one small one
that I have no idea where it goes

Not even sure but if someone has a similar board I could read the values at each specific part number .

endless thanks for answering.
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It doesn't have to be the same manufacturer, as long as the specs written on them are the same, and they're the same, it should work!
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thats my problem I don't have/find the specs
thanks for answering
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Don't have an answer to your question, but since this is the new comers section, welcome aboard
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thats my problem I don't have/find the specs
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If you're replacing the original capacitors, do the old caps not have the spec written on them? They should do
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Wrong section though...
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Now I'm not sure if I have one in the right place....the part number is printed on the power supply board 1000uf25v at 8624 for example
that is the spec.

you should be able to just buy another 1000uF capacitor rated for 25v.

by looking at the capacitor you should get a fair idea of what sort of capacitor you need. (I imagine the kind yu want is probably an electrolytic capacitor) but if you post a photo then that'll be more definite.
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