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Sourcing 10,000uf 71v + Radial ???

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I have a Marantz integrated amp that has one power Capacitor running warm to touch compared to it's mate, so I want to replace both, they are Elna Audio 10,000uf 71v radial.

I cannot find a compatible capacitor on Mouser or Digikey.

There are these Nichicon on ebay but I don't know if they are dodgy.

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/10000uf71v-gold-tune-nichicon-capasistor/273771266218?hash=item3fbe0a00aa:g:DXAAAOSwrfVZTLaf

Just to repeat, Looking for Radial 10,000uf 71v +

Any help appreciated.

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The 71V are not importantm just do not go lower. Finding a quality cap with the same size and a rating of 100V should be not to hard.

The cap that is getting warm is leaking.

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Thanks again ihearmusic. I'd be happy to be wrong but I don't think its in stock. 

Thats their data sheet but it doesnt seem available in store.

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Wouldn't touch caps on the bay, rebranded fakes from up north.
Also, I would be going for quality over form factor/snap in...
My goto cap for larger amps (Yamaha CA-1010, 2010,,,) is United
Chemicon KMH or SMH series, in this case 12000uf/80V. The
originals were -20%/+50%, the UCC will be +/-20%. OK, so it's pins
and you will need to snip off the stabilising pins. Mundorf caps
from parts connection are ok but the pin spacing is quite small
10mm so you will need to drill holes.

Mouser 661-ESMH800VNN123MA6 $10.56

 

Alternatively, explain why it must be radial leaded...

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Yes just go higher voltage can't go wrong that way . Always better to do that if you can afford it and there is nothing wrong going up 20 % or so in capacitance 

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8 hours ago, The man who fell to earth said:

Cheers ihearmusic, 

All 100v ones I found are snap or screw. The 71volt are radial. 

 

The 'gold tunes' that you've linked from ebay above are snap-in, not radial... I'm confused!

 

Which model of Marantz amp are you working on?

 

What dimensions are the original caps?

 

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7 hours ago, pete_mac said:

 

The 'gold tunes' that you've linked from ebay above are snap-in, not radial... I'm confused!

 

Which model of Marantz amp are you working on?

 

What dimensions are the original caps?

 

Oh. I got fooled by the photo.

I thought they looked radial. Ta

Its not a great marantz, its a PM72, its all i have at the moment and I'd heard good things so would like to give it a chance.

The dimensions of the caps are 3cm across 5.5cm height (heights not an issue, diameter is).

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On 24/02/2020 at 7:35 AM, mbz said:

 

 

 ..... Alternatively, explain why it must be radial leaded...

There is not enough space to drill or place snap capacitor in place of the original radial 10000 71v. Thanks

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