405 fan wrote:Hi Chris
Thanks I will bring them over some time . I was beginning to think that there was another fault in the set causing this but these green caps are unreliable.
Till Eulenspiegel wrote:with regard to those green capacitors it's not just the dielectric insulation resistance that comes into question but also the performance at a given frequency. As flyback tuning capacitors there will be considerable strain on the dielectric, mechanical strain in fact and that's why those capacitors get hot.
CrustyTV wrote:It grates on me too when you have a bunch of NOS caps that are not fit for original purpose, but there is the clue, "Not for for original purpose".
In my opinion there is no reason to bin them, they may be perfectly fine for other use in lesser circuit positions and certainly out of the high pulse condition of the line stage. ]
Till Eulenspiegel wrote:It is a very rare event when bad component comes from Philips.
Cathovisor wrote:Gary, have you tried putting some of your NOS ones on a bridge to see what value they come out as?
Cathovisor wrote:Given I = C(dv/dt) I wonder just how much current these caps are carrying?
Rebel Rafter wrote:Hi, folks, RR here. I've found some exact replacements for the 5n2, just take a look on vintageparts.com, they've got some, 188 in stock at 95p each. 5%, 1500v. Sorry I don't know how to make a link but they're easy to find, just go on the site and type in 5N2 in the search box. I hope this helps. They've also got some visconol's, .001uF. RR.
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