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  • Enzo
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    It looks like an electrolytic, is made like one. The schematic shows the polarity next to it. WHy should we think it is not one?

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  • g1
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    The purple is electrolytic. It is marked for polarity. 0.47uF used to be a fairly large and expensive size in non-electro, so they used electrolytics. Now you could just use a non-electro there.

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  • Leo_Gnardo
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    Originally posted by TomCarlos View Post
    The cap measures fine but I was wondering, is this really an electrolytic?
    It sure is. But if you want to sub in a film cap, no problem. It's not under a lot of stress as a cathode bypass, what's it going to see maybe a volt or two. More than likely it's OK for the next 20 years at least, I'd leave 'er be.

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  • TomCarlos
    started a topic Peavey Encore 65 Misc Parts Question

    Peavey Encore 65 Misc Parts Question

    MEF members:

    I have a Peavey Encore 65 that is in need of some maintenance. I am checking parts and making my shopping list.

    I noticed several caps on the schematic that have electrolytic cap symbols. For example, C7 is shown as a .47uf, 50v. On the board, there is a purple-ish .47 16 volt cap. The schematic shows less than 2 volts at the cathode. (There are other tubes that have a similar setup). The yellow cap in the photo is C5, .047uf, 630 volts. That appears to be a poly film.

    I checked the other "Encore 65" threads here on MEF and other threads. No one asked about that cap. The cap measures fine but I was wondering, is this really an electrolytic?

    Thanks, Tom
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