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    Thread: Vintage HMV C211 TV Cap Replacement Equivalent Plessey EPC2266/Elna CE69W 2200uF 80VW

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      Vintage HMV C211 TV Cap Replacement Equivalent Plessey EPC2266/Elna CE69W 2200uF 80VW

      Hey all,

      Looking to replace a capacitor on a 1976 HMV Consulate (C211 Chassis).

      The faults guide recommends replacement of C241. It says the original equipment was a Plessey type EPC 2266 2200uF. It also goes on to say later manufactured sets replaced them with "Elna" type CE69W (P) EMI Part No 2692071 (2500uF 80VW)

      Can anyone here recommend a modern equivalent that can be purchased readily at a reasonable price?

      Cheers,

      Mark

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      Why does Google show a thousand hits just after you've posted on a forum when before you can't find anything...

      I assume something here will do.

      https://au.rs-online.com/web/c/passi...414,4294519026

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      What's the fault?

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      Too of screen is down with some fold over.


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      Those old TVs are great.
      Yes one of those will be ok just don't go under the 80Volt rating.
      Just be aware of the spacing of the pins so they line up on your board.
      Do you have a schematic too?

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      Itís a friend of mineís set. Unfortunately I live two hours away.

      We do have a schematic and a common faults guide but would be stoked to find any more info if you have access.

      Iíll share what we have on google drive and will up some links.


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      https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Fg...Pj9sotmeYqrRvs

      Iíll keep this folder up to date.


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      Great info, thanks for sharing. Your C241 2200uf cap is the 60volt supply filter for the vertical section. Definitely a good place to start as suggested. Also mentioned as you probably already know is R248 75ohm (it seems from your schematic) which is in line with the 60 volts after the supply diode.
      I'd also look at C318 10uf in the feedback part of the vertical section.
      With both the schematic complete with voltage reference points and your fault lists, you've got a great head start to fixing the fault.
      Let us know how you go.

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      Agree that R248 and C318 are the next best targets but until I have further information about the parts there is not much I can do about those.

      My friend will take pictures when he gets the chance and we should be able to determine the correct part for C318. At the moment I just have "10uF Capacitor" to go by. The schematic shows a signal pattern that goes up to 66V for a test point just beyond the cap so something like an 80V?

      Perhaps these: https://au.rs-online.com/web/c/passi...026,4294826632


      For R248 I know it's 75R but I'm not sure of the wattage. If it's 60V/75R that is 0.8amps which would be 60V*0.8A = 48W. So a 50W or better resistor required?

      My friend is still a novice but can hold a soldering iron so we're trying to bight off things that can be easily chewed for now. Replacing C241 will be an appropriate starting point (even that may have its challenges). Hopefully we get lucky.
      Last edited by MarkOZLAD; 13th July 2018 at 02:01 PM.

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