Soundcraftsmen, same as the Hafler?
Since we are having so much success with my Haflers, i thought I would take a look at my Soundcraftsmen PCR800. It seems to be doing the same thing so I checked the volt on the two caps in there. One reads 87VDC, 0VAC. The other reads 57VDC, 26VAC. I Also checked the DC voltage as I shut off the power switch. On the good one it reads high 80s and then starts dropping. The bad one goes instantly to 0 volts as soon as the switch is turned off. Looks like a bad cap to me. Now I pulled the caps and they are 11,000MFD 75V 85C. I can't seem to find 11000MFS. Do you think 10000 wil work OK? The next step up seems to be 18000 and those cans will not fit in the spot these go.
United Chem-con, all your size:
KMH series, 12K @ 80V 105° C (expensive)
U32D Series, 12K @ 80V 105° C
U36D Series, 12K or 18K @ 80V, 10K @ 100V 85° C
Check stock from their Home Page
Heh, heh. I was going to Panasonic next. Yeah, they're fine.... :p
There's your 12K @ 100V, Military temp 105° C. Not cheap, probably. See if they make the same in 85° C for better pricing.
Yup. Your 15K @100V is in the G-AA Series, 85° C
Remember, we don't KNOW that you need 100V yet; 80V may be fine, still higher than what was in it....