choosing a monitor
Arcade Monitor Cap Kits
arcade monitor cap kits

Arcade monitor cap kits are easy to make and very cheap! I put together a list of all the capacitors you need to change on your chassis. I buy all my caps from Futurlec and I normally buy the 105°C capacitors and if they don't have one I am looking for I find it on eBay. I list the filter caps in the list but I don't change them. The uf has to be the same but you can always use a higher voltage cap. If you are not too sure what monitor chassis you have you can check out this site What's My Monitor?? Here is a link to Monitor Schematics. Click on the monitor you have for a list of the caps you need!

Electrohome G07-FBO

The polarity of C302 is marked incorrectly on the bottom of the chassis.

Location | Cap

c107 NB = 10uf 250v
c301 = 3.3uf 50v Non-Polarised
c302 = 220uf 16v
c403 = 220uf 16v
c407 = 4.7uf 63v
c408 = 4.7uf 50v
c411 = 100uf 160v
c412 = 3.3uf 200v
c504 = 1uf 50v
c506 = 33uf 16v
c511 = 47uf 160v
c517 = 47uf 16v
c518 = 220uf 16v
c520 = 3.3uf 50v Non-Polarised
c521 = 2200uf 25v
c523 = 1uf 160v
c701 = 100uf 16v
c904 = 600uf 200v FilterCap
c905 = 10uf 250v

Caps Needed

100uf 160v = 1
100uf 16v = 1
10uf 250v = 2
1uf 160v = 1
1uf 50v = 1
2200uf 25v = 1
220uf 16v = 3
3.3uf 200v = 1
3.3uf 50v Non-Polarised = 2
33uf 16v = 1
4.7uf 50v = 1
4.7uf 63v = 1
47uf 160v = 1
47uf 16v = 1
600uf 200v FilterCap = 1