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    Re: Changing a 400V capacitor in Cisco switch power adapter

    They are not replacements unfortunately. They do basically the same job but the pin connections are different. I wouldn't consider swapping pin connections around as there are probably some electrical differences too.

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    Re: Changing a 400V capacitor in Cisco switch power adapter

    Yes, absolutely!

    Thank you so much Mr Brian, I guess I either have to buy the chips or keep it in the box with the other failing PSUs for future troubleshooting.



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