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So, I pulled off all the blown caps and ordered the new caps [got paid last night], and with shipping, it only cost me ~$8.00.

Now lets see if I can put it all back together =]
post #12 of 13
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GREAT SUCCESS!!!

Soldering the new caps on [which came in today] solved the problem!

I decided to run to Radio Shack and grab a new soldering iron tip and some high quality thin solder last minute, but it seems to have paid off!

New capacitors: $2.80 (+ $5.00 shipping)
New spool of thin solder: $7.00
New soldering iron tip: $2.00
Actually pulling it off: Priceless

Total money saved: ~$60.00
Win

I feel like I could do anything right now =]
post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by Bluescreen_Of_Death View Post
I feel like I could do anything right now =]
Good to hear my friend, that is about how I felt when getting my monitor working as well; best part is replacing bad caps is the same on just about anything else.
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