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    Quote Originally Posted by Halford View Post
    Well, I decided to replace the blown cap instead of getting the lighting transformer -- a simply matter of R4 (< $1) vs R100 (> $10).

    All seems well so far. I really appreciate all the help and feedback from you all!

    And now I'm off to print
    Thats the way to do it, thanks for sharing. Good luck printing!

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    Glad you got it sorted!
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    Congratulation Halford, very resourceful.
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    RE photo's: I see u for micro farads, 1000 x more capacitance than n nano... A bit higher voltage rating is no issue. Under capacitance will allow much higher ripple or if used as a time delay phase shifter) things will happen early. I assume nano was a typo? Best George.

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    Good morning, George;

    Hal is OK. 0.22 ufd (micro-Farad) is the same thing as 220 nfd (nano-Farad). If it were the older 220 uufd or micro-micro-Farad (what is now called a pico-Farad), then we would have a real problem with the decimal point and it would be off by three (3) orders of magnitude. Hal is OK in this case.
    Enjoy;

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