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  1. Hi I just need a second opinion and potentially a little help locating a part. I am taking apart an iMac G3, cleaning and inspecting after I found a compromised battery. While going through the process I discovered that the largest capacitor on the Power Supply Board, Ver. 2 appears bulged to the touch and visually. Now, I did try to locate this part and it appears available in bulk which I don't want, I only need one but I was thrown off by the 400wv designation. What does wv mean? Could someone confirm if this is indeed a bulged cap and if you think it is, where can I find one?
  2. This is an LC I bought as part of a deal because one of the ROMs was dead and would not boot. I recently got a new set of ROMs, put it in, and "BONG!" It's alive again! But it is squealing from the speaker, which is a sign of it needing a recapping job. But this LC was recapped, but I am using a PSU from another LC III. This LC III PSU is not recapped, but will be soon as soon as I get some caps. I do have a LC475 PSU that is recapped, and will test that tomorrow for right now I am tired. I'm suspecting the PSU as the cause the squealing. If so, I got nothing to worry about. I just
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