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Where can I get a BC128 cap?

Discussion in 'd.i.y.' started by Tenson, Aug 20, 2006.

  1. Tenson

    Tenson Trade: AudioSmile


    I just built an amp with the LC Audio 2.3SE modules but I cracked the BC128 47uF cap on the input when I bent it a little to get to the solder tags. Where can I get a replacement? I looked on RS but I don't see any 'solid aluminium' section! Its says 'BC128 47u 6V3' on the cap.

    Without it the thing goes into oscillation and smoke appears soon!

    This is the one- [​IMG]

    How about replacing it with a 47uF 6.3V Tantalum?

    Thanks peeps!
  2. Tenson

    Tenson Trade: AudioSmile

    Don't worry I found them on Farnell - item number 1166614

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