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Can't identify a component

ChrisP58

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That's a 33 millihenry inductor. Why do you think it needs to be replaced?

Inductors rarely fail, and they're a pretty basic components. There is no more modern equivalent.

edit: corrected value.
 
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ho11ywood885

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Thank you so much, I am just a starting electronic hobbiest and am not too adept at identifying components. That's good news for me, if these things don't fail too often I will just clean up the corrosion, attach new power leads (and maybe new speaker leads) button it up and see if it works. At least now I know what I need to replace if it comes to that.

Thanks again!
 
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