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手順11
Be conscious of the orientation of the new capacitor. Electrolytic capacitors like this one are polarized and will only work in one direction. Notice that I am using a capacitor with the same capacitance, but a higher voltage rating. This only increases the voltage the capacitor can handle before failing, it does not raise the voltage of the circuit. It is important not to use a lower value, however. Be sure to use the correct capacitance (1000uF). The grey line indicates which side is negative. The negative side also typically has a shorter lead. On the board, the "shaded" half of the circle with the hashmarks is the negative side.
Solder The New Capacitor
  • Be conscious of the orientation of the new capacitor. Electrolytic capacitors like this one are polarized and will only work in one direction.

  • Notice that I am using a capacitor with the same capacitance, but a higher voltage rating. This only increases the voltage the capacitor can handle before failing, it does not raise the voltage of the circuit. It is important not to use a lower value, however. Be sure to use the correct capacitance (1000uF).

  • The grey line indicates which side is negative. The negative side also typically has a shorter lead. On the board, the "shaded" half of the circle with the hashmarks is the negative side.

  • Insert the new capacitor and bend the legs outward to help hold it in place when you turn the board over.

  • Solder the leads and clip the excess length.

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