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Black knight power supply cap

By Pinfected

4 years ago



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#2 4 years ago

Going higher on the voltage rating is not an issue, whatsoever.

Going that much higher on the capacitance is not a good idea for most circuits but since in this circuit, it is simply a filter capacitor, you should be just fine.

#4 4 years ago

Good luck! Don't forget to look for cold solder joints on all the header pins. Reflow the solder on all header pins and replace any header pins that look like they overheated.

#6 4 years ago
Quoted from Pinfected:

100% working after replacing the cap. Good reminder about the cold solder joints. I have found a surprising number of issued by were solved by reflowing the solder joints on header pins: from display, sound, switch matrix and power issues. Thanks again for your help. The Black Knight rides again!

Very cool! Congrats on the fix!

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