So, start with the first two capacitors and if that does not work then go to the next one and then the next one with my luck it will be the last one
No not at all that is completely false please just follow what I say if you want you can replace the complete power-board I am only trying to keep costs down for you, the capacitors I have pointed out are clearly bad replace them the set should work if it does not we move on to the next phase
There's no way to test the capacitors prior to snipping and soldering a new one on?
Again those capacitors are clearly bad they are leaking
So, just go to RadioShack and take the capacitor with me or is the number sufficient? Take it with you remember to note that it goes in when replaced only one way around as its polarized you see the negative line
Last question, is there any other store I can go to to get the capacitors that you know of?I do not know of another store even radio shack may not have them in which case you need to order from internet
Would my worst case scenario is me having to buy a new power board? Or are they just too expensive and not worth buying?A board is a bout $100_$150 again I am trying to go about this by saving you about $100 by replacing the capas