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    I happen to have one of the units with the bad caps in the RF board, made in late 96. A friend of mine is confident enough to replace them (he has hot air rework tools) but I don't know what capacitors they'd be. A schematic and or a service manual would be VERY helpful, and I figure someone on here must have a copy, preferably in digital format.
    radio is an H01KDH9PW1BN type PJ302H

    Thanks,
    Will


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    You (or your friend) should be a able to read them as you replace them at worst case. Find one that's pissed, remove it, clean the board, read it, and replace it. Rinse and Repeat.

    A well-stocked shop should have SMT electrolytic or tantalum caps in the variety of ranges that will be required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TelxonMan View Post
    I happen to have one of the units with the bad caps in the RF board, made in late 96. A friend of mine is confident enough to replace them (he has hot air rework tools) but I don't know what capacitors they'd be. A schematic and or a service manual would be VERY helpful, and I figure someone on here must have a copy, preferably in digital format.
    radio is an H01KDH9PW1BN type PJ302H

    Thanks,
    Will
    Did you look in our Service Manual sub-forum?

    https://www.p25.ca/threads/62-Jedi-M...00-MTX-Manuals

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    I didn't know it existed, thanks!

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    Thanks guys! I did a search but the subforum didn't come up. the manuals on there are just what I need!