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PostSubject: telefunken capacitor can   2013-07-09, 5:49 pm

Oops sorry finger slipped! When i got to the electrolytic can it says on it 50+50uf /350v and under it it says cfl 50+50uf /350. when i look under the can there is two terminals does this mean that each terminal is 100 microfarads? I have never worked on a telefunken so I am a little confused! Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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PostSubject: Re: telefunken capacitor can   2013-07-09, 6:04 pm

No. The 50+50 means the paper or metal can has 2 capacitors inside and each value is 50 MFD and each has a upper working voltage of no more than 350 Volts D.C.

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PostSubject: Re: telefunken capacitor can   2013-07-09, 6:34 pm

Thankyou cliff i thought because they wrote 50+50 twice on the can that there was 4 caps in it!
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