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Old 11-06-2014, 08:33 AM   #401
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Default Re: Samsung SyncMaster 226BW

I think that once I change all the capacitors change and large one just for sure.
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Old 11-06-2014, 09:21 AM   #402
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Have you taken the BIG cap off the board it may say what value it is on the other side.
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Old 11-06-2014, 09:42 AM   #403
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Post 196 on overclockers forum
http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/sho...8069187&page=7

looks to have the same board as you and he has a 100UF
Useful table showing panasonic FM/FC cap reference numbers.

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Old 11-06-2014, 11:10 AM   #404
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Post 196 on overclockers forum
http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/sho...8069187&page=7

looks to have the same board as you and he has a 100UF
Useful table showing panasonic FM/FC cap reference numbers.
Thank you! This is the same board. Problem solved
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Old 11-23-2014, 02:17 PM   #405
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Hi all! First post in the forum and first attempt at re-capping.

Same issue with the monitor's caps..... board revision 0.1, 820uF + 330uF bulged.

I've tried to find the best caps for the job (matching size, higher ripple, lower impedance, longest load life) from the best manufacturers given current stock available.

This is my cart at mouser's:
EEU-FR1J470
UCP2W151MHD
EKZM350ETD331MJC5S
EKZN250ELL821MJ20S
EKZN250ELL681MJ16S

I only raised the volts for the 47uF and 330uF as so to match physical size and current stock.

Any pointers for the new guy before I go ahead and buy these?

TNX.
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Old 02-03-2015, 08:42 AM   #406
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Update:

1.5 years later and the $5 fix is holding up strong. I work from home and monitor gets used at least ten hours a day (less on weekends).

Saved at least $100 and kept this monitor out of landfill


BIG THANKS to BadCaps Community and this thread!
3.5 years later and STILL going strong!!!

meanwhile a newer TV/Monitor I use as a dual monitor, a Samsung T27B350, has stopped powering on
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Old 03-05-2015, 07:00 PM   #407
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I bought this monitor 6 Feb 2008.
Warranty repair on 9 Nov 2010 (led just blinking). They replaced the caps.
Dunno what caps they used for replace, but still working fine.

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Old 08-14-2015, 08:55 AM   #408
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Hi Guys,
Appreciate the tech help provided in these forums, I though my 226BW was probably going to become land fill, has not missed a beat since recapping it.
FWIW - This is my order list from element14, for anybody in AU interested..
Order Code Description Manufacturer Manufacturer Part Number Unit Price
1848387 Product Range:FM Series; Capacitance:330F; Capacitance Tolerance: 20%; Voltage Rating:25V; Diameter:10mm; Capacitor Terminals:Radial Leaded; Packaging:Each; ESR:-; Height:12.5mm; Lead Spacing:5mm; Lif PANASONIC ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EEUFM1E331 AUD 0.9533
1848463 Product Range:AEC-Q200 FC Series; Capacitance:47F; Capacitance Tolerance: 20%; Voltage Rating:50V; Diameter:6.3mm; Capacitor Terminals:Radial Leaded; Packaging:Each; ESR:-; Height:11.2mm; Lead Spacing PANASONIC ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EEUFC1H470 AUD 0.6367
1848456 Product Range:AEC-Q200 FC Series; Capacitance:2.2F; Capacitance Tolerance: 20%; Voltage Rating:50V; Diameter:5mm; Capacitor Terminals:Radial Leaded; Packaging:Each; ESR:-; Height:11mm; Lead Spacing:2m PANASONIC ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EEUFC1H2R2 AUD 0.6167
1848399 CAP, ALU ELEC, 22UF, 50V, RAD; Product Range:FM Series; Capacitance:22F; Capacitance Tolerance: 20%; Voltage Rating:50V; Diameter:5mm; Capacitor Terminals:Radial Leaded; Packaging:Each; ESR:-; Height:11mm; Lead Spacing PANASONIC ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EEUFM1H220 AUD 0.6
1800653 CAP, ALU ELEC, 820UF, 25V, RAD; Product Range:FR Series; Capacitance:820F; Capacitance Tolerance: 20%; Voltage Rating:25V; Diameter:10mm; Capacitor Terminals:Radial Leaded; Packaging:Each; ESR:-; Height:20mm; Lead Spac PANASONIC ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EEUFR1E821 AUD 0.308
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Old 09-16-2015, 03:40 PM   #409
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I would just like to thank everyone in this thread who gave instruction on how to complete this process. I've been dealing with a flickering monitor for several months now, but after following the instructions my S-Panel 226BW monitor is back to functioning 100%. I couldn't be happier. Thank you so much!!

I replaced six of the seven capacitors. I purchased a new soldering iron and it just wasn't melting the solder quick enough. I struggled a lot but was finally able to get everything done. I didn't want to try and touch the larger solder joints on the C105 and since it has a low failure rate, I just skipped it for now. If it becomes a problem later, I'll have the part on hand. With a working iron and some light soldering experience I imagine this job could be completed easily in 30 minutes to 1 hour. Though, a second set of hands goes a long way to speeding up the process .

I used this guide to take apart my monitor and this image to identify which capacitors are which. I used this process to find my capacitors and highly recommend it to anybody shopping for capacitors. For reference, here is a list of the exact parts I used, including a link to each on the Digi-Key website. The prices were cheap, the shipping was fast, and the packaging was fantastic.

Capacitor ID - Capacitance Voltage Rating (Sizes: Dimension x Height) [Part #: Digi-Key / Manufacturer] Price

C105 - 150UF 450V (22.00mm D x 45.00mm H) [DigiKey: P11673-ND / Manufacturer: EET-ED2W151BA] $3.88
C107 - 047UF 050v (06.30mm D x 11.20mm H) [DigiKey: P10321-ND / Manufacturer: EEU-FC1H470] $0.34
C110 - 820UF 025V (12.50mm D x 20.00mm H) [DigiKey: P11222-ND / Manufacturer: EEU-FC1E821S] $0.90
C111 - 820UF 025V (12.50mm D x 20.00mm H) [DigiKey: P11222-ND / Manufacturer: EEU-FC1E821S] $0.90
C112 - 330UF 025V (10.00mm D x 14.00mm H) [DigiKey: P12386-ND / Manufacturer: EEU-FM1E331] $0.51
C301 - 680UF 025V (10.00mm D x 22.00mm H) [DigiKey: P12390-ND / Manufacturer: EEU-FM1E681] $0.67
C302 - 680UF 025V (10.00mm D x 22.00mm H) [DigiKey: P12390-ND / Manufacturer: EEU-FM1E681] $0.67

Parts Cost: $7.87 / Shipping Cost: $3.54 (USPS First Class Mail to TX, USA)
Grand Total: $11.41

If anyone has any questions in the future, please feel free to contact me via PM. I'm more than happy to offer assistance in anyway that I can. Again, thank you so much for making this possible you wonderful and generous people!

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C105 - 150UF 450V (22.00mm D x 45.00mm H) [DigiKey: P11673-ND / Manufacturer: EET-ED2W151BA] $3.88
One thing I forgot to mention is that when I purchased the C105 I could not find a suitable capacitor that had long enough legs/leads. The original CapXCon leads for the C105 are 42mm. It is still possible to use though. Please refer to posts #72 through #74 of this thread for instructions.
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Old 09-18-2015, 02:52 PM   #411
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I don't know who have the brave to read all post of a 400 post thread! People must use the forum better than this, it's plain anarchy, no rules..
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Old 09-18-2015, 04:10 PM   #412
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I don't know who have the brave to read all post of a 400 post thread! People must use the forum better than this, it's plain anarchy, no rules..
Would it be better for me to create a new Samsung 226 BW thread? I wouldn't mind at all. I read through the first 20 or so pages of this thread before skipping to the end to read the last few pages, just to see if there were any recent capacitor lists. I just didn't want to risk polluting the forum with identical content.
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Old 09-22-2015, 12:49 AM   #413
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I don't know who have the brave to read all post of a 400 post thread! People must use the forum better than this, it's plain anarchy, no rules..
So, what do you suggest ? That someone (skilled enough) will do a single tutorial that has all the information of these 400 posts to dont be in "anarchy" ? Please, be my guest.

And I have read not only these 400 posts, but another 300's from the thread 225BW and so much others, but I'm not an engineer and I'm not skilled enough to understand all this entirely and even less to provide guidance to other people who read the tutorial.
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Old 09-22-2015, 01:29 AM   #414
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My criticism was that many people on this board come into a thread and post wih different problems than OP and sometimes even different model! I was not referring to you Mulsiphix, i've not read you. In Italian forum it's proibited to put in queue 'cause it's moderated.
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