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オリジナル投稿者: Walt Moyler ,

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'''DON'T''' '''BUY THE OVERPRICED SENSOR''' fixed my SUDS/F35 for $1.50 with two "2200uF 16V Electrolytic Radial Capacitors", a soldering iron, and a 1/4 nut driver. Here's how…..

Remove the CCU from the machine, open it up and remove the two Green “2200uF 10V" capacitors, replace them with the new “2200uF 16.” capacitors. Put it all back together. Plug it back in and Enjoy!!

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My take on the issue…. The 10V capacitors simply aren't good parts. Notice the old one  (green and gold one) is bulging at the top slightly. These should not bulge. The voltage output and capacitance has been reduced by the breakdown of the cheap capacitor. I paid more for shipping than I did for the parts. Also, anyone that doesn't want to do this themselves. Ship me your ccu and I'll do it for $50. That'll cover me shipping it back and replacing the capacitors. I bought 2 extra. Since they were so cheap.

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