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  1. Dear Members Recently I noticed my Quadra 950 not responding correctly to power ups, it was somewhat intermittent - the PSU appears to work as expected however. I took it apart and pulled the logic board out and noticed that a tantalum capacitor had burned up, it had some white powdery substance on top and appeared cracked in half. I carefully cleaned the area in and around the cap and while doing so it literally fell apart. The pad came loose either before or during cleanup but continuity is good — for now I applied a drop of solder until someone here can guide me on which capacitor to buy and where. Can someone give me a link to a source where I can buy the same capacitor? I was unable to read anything off the capacitor due to the damage. PS, I know the pad to the right looks nasty but it had come loose but continuity is fine. Thanks so much, please refer to the images for guidance on where it is on the board. Kind regards —Alex
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