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    Identify Replacement Capacitor

    Hi, I have a board which has a broken capacitor. The capacitor has '2BK 47 16V' printed on the top of it. I am trying to find a replacement for it, but I dont know what the '2BK' is for. Can anyone help me find a replacement for this please?

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    Re: Identify Replacement Capacitor

    47 microfarad, 16V.
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    Re: Identify Replacement Capacitor

    Thank you, but I already knew that bit. I was just wondering what else I need to know before I buy a replacement, such as what exactly does the 2BK mean and if its relevant or not. I'm guessing its just a batch code or somthing unimportant like that. All I know is how to solder a new one on...Thanks again.



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    Re: Identify Replacement Capacitor

    62BK is a batch code. The first 6 probably refers to year of manufacture 2006 and the rest is specific to week and factory of origin. It has nothing to do with the value which as stated is 47uF 16V.

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