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Paia 2700 Power Supply Capactor Replacement Question

Posted: Wed Nov 20, 2013 10:54 pm
by patrickvf
I need to replace all three of the big capacitors on the power supply, and I wanted to do this quickly. So I went to a nearby Radioshack but they were out of those that matched the ones on the board (25V, 1000uF) and the next best ones that I saw were 35V, 2000 uF, so I got those instead. My question is will the 10 extra V capacitance affect the output voltages in any way? I can't help but think that if I put in the 35V ones, the volages for the modules are gonna be off. Can someone answer that for me?

Re: Paia 2700 Power Supply Capactor Replacement Question

Posted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:52 am
by PAiA-Scott
The capacitors rated to withstand 35 volts can be used as replacements for the ones rated at 25 volts without any adverse affects on your 2720-7 Power Supply Module.

Re: Paia 2700 Power Supply Capactor Replacement Question

Posted: Thu Nov 21, 2013 4:58 pm
by patrickvf
That is very good news. Now if you could help me out with the topic about the 4720 VCO and 4730 VCF, that would be even better ;)