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Apple Macintosh 128k 512k Plus Analog Board Capacitor Re-Cap Kit - US Shipping for Sale - vulnerabilityscanning.com

Apple Macintosh 128k 512k Plus Analog Board Capacitor Re-Cap Kit - US Shipping For Sale

Apple Macintosh 128k 512k Plus Analog Board Capacitor Re-Cap Kit - US Shipping
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Apple Macintosh 128k 512k Plus Analog Board Capacitor Re-Cap Kit - US Shipping:
$23.95

This listing is for a capacitor kit to recap Macintosh 128k, 512k and Mac Plus Analog boards (US 120V version). Kit includes all of the electrolytic caps shown above, plus X/Y safety caps, and is the exact part list I use on my own vintage Macs. These are good quality, name brand caps, not cheap generics you'll find in other kits. Each value is bagged and marked with the location ID on the board to help speed your repair, and the legs are spaced to fit the board without modification. Please note: Some versions of this analog board use a 3.9uF electrolytic bipolar cap in the horizontal timing circuit (others use a film cap). This bipolar cap rarely fails and is not included in this kit.Please feel to reach out with any questions, and thanks for looking!


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