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Capacitor - CE Mfg., 160V, 47/80µF, Electrolytic

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Customer image:<br/>"RCA 45-EY-4 Power Supply Filter"
Customer image:<br/>"RCA 45-EY-3 rebuild"
Customer image:<br/>"Cap in AM/FM tube radio"
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Customer image: "RCA 45-EY-4 Power Supply Filter"Customer image: "RCA 45-EY-3 rebuild"Customer image: "Cap in AM/FM tube radio"
SKU: C-ER47-80-160
Item ID: 001540
Price: $8.95
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Capacitance
80 µF47 µF
Termination Style
Wires
Voltage Rating
160 V

CE Manufacturing multi-section electrolytic "Firecracker" style capacitor (modern polarized electrolytic caps in a tube for a vintage look). 47/80 µF ±20% @ 160 VDC. 1-1/16" diameter x 3-¾" length. Includes zip-tie and mount square. Great for antique radio restoration. Three wires (Red, Orange, Black):

  • Red to Black = 47 µF
  • Orange to Black = 80 µF
UPC/EAN: 609722151658

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Product Reviews

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5.00 out of 5 based on 11 reviews

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5 out of 5

This firecracker capacitor worked great for replacing a 80/40 microfarad multi capacitor on a General Electric model 408 radio from 1950.

- July 21st, 2020
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5 out of 5

Big, ugly, works great!

- June 28th, 2020
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5 out of 5

What can I say, these are the only game in town and it worked as expected in my old radio.

- May 19th, 2020
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5 out of 5

An affordable multi e-cap for vintage audio amps.

- May 3rd, 2020
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5 out of 5

Worked great in my old radio

- March 6th, 2020
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5 out of 5

Worked perfectly, I have always been happy with all my purchases from your company. Thank you Tom Bera

- February 27th, 2020
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5 out of 5

Got cap in timely manner. Cap was robust, leads were plenty long. Put it in 1960s tube AM/FM that had a horrible hum. Worked perfectly, smooth as silk to listen to my Big Bands Show now. I'm happy with it.

- February 17th, 2019
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5 out of 5

Today's project was a circa 1950 RCA portable record player. It had developed hum, so it was likely the filter caps. Upon taking it apart, I found that it used a two section firecracker style capacitor, so this item was a perfect fit. I have used these firecracker style caps in the past, so I already knew of their quality and reliability. It snapped and soldered right in and solved the problem. Mission accomplished!

- January 23rd, 2019
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5 out of 5

The capacitor solved the problem. I restored an old Lionel record player that in a playing condition probably isn't worth the cost of the Cap. Who says you can't make money doing this. That's why they call it a hobby.

- April 4th, 2016
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5 out of 5

I always replace filter caps when restoring old radios and this one worked fine

- February 11th, 2016

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