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Capacitor Restuffing

Monday, April 11, 2016

When repairing/restoring vintage radios it's pretty common to end up replacing all the electrolytic, wax-paper, and molded paper capacitors, as well as several carbon-composition resistors. Usually it's simply a case of 'out with the old, in with the new' (while keeping any above-chassis components in place but disconnected to preserve the 'look' of the radio), but sometimes you might want to keep things looking as original as possible above and below the chassis.

That's where restuffing comes in handy…

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