I know this isn’t a Macintosh, but we don’t discriminate here at Recap-a-Mac. Many of the Amiga computers suffer from the same problems as the Macs with leaky surface mount electrolytic capacitors.
As I am not an Amiga expert, I have taken the advice of John “Chucky” Hertell on which replacement capacitors to use. He recommends electrolytic polymer hybrid caps, which do not leak, but they do come with a hefty price tag. He also recommends using replacement capacitors with a higher voltage rating than the originals, which is why the voltages in the product links below don’t match the original voltage ratings.
These are a bit of a pain to recap due to the plastic connectors being so close to some of the caps. Be very careful not to melt anything!
- 22µf 35V Panasonic SMD electrolytic capacitors (EEHZA1V220R)
- 47µf 35V Panasonic SMD electrolytic capacitors (EEHZA1V470P)
- 100µf 25V Panasonic SMD electrolytic capacitors (EEHZA1E101XP)
- 10µf 50V Panasonic SMD electrolytic capacitors (EEHZA1H100R)
- 470µf 25V Panasonic through hole electrolytic capacitors (EEUFR1E471)
- 1000µf 10V Panasonic through hole electrolytic capacitors (EEUFR1A102L)