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Is it Time to Say Goodbye to Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors?

Steve Taranovich
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6/28/2018 11:31:51 AM
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Re: Restoration of Electrolytic Capacitors
Hi John,

Thanks for sharing this electrolytic cap revival technique with our readers---that is excellent. I was taught this years ago by some of my Analog mentors as a fledgeling designer and hobbyist

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John Dunn
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6/25/2018 9:26:41 PM
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Restoration of Electrolytic Capacitors
Sometimes, one can resurrect an age-deteriorated electrolytic capacitor, but the key is to do that safely. Please see:

http://licn.typepad.com/my_weblog/2010/12/aluminum-electrolytic-reclamation-john-dunn-consultant-ambertec-pe-pc.html

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