reforming capacitor tutorial/walkthrough

Fred Cisin cisin at
Mon Oct 8 15:53:17 CDT 2007

On Mon, 8 Oct 2007, William Donzelli wrote:
> It should be noted that real computers, both old and new, have enough
> protection between the power supplies and circuitry that this almost
> never happens.

I had one of those "almost never happens".  That is when I learned that
when you replace a multi-filament automobile headlight because one of the
filaments went, save the rest for loading suspect power supplies.  It's a
quite adequate load, and it gives you a lot of extra light to work by.

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