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    My sub quit working and while removing the amp I found a can for an orange cap laying on the board its to badly deformed to read it's values it's c23 on the board I would also like to replace c13 next to it.gbmracing put up a picture in the Thread "PSW10 circuit diagram needed!" you can almost see the numbers. if anyone has the information Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your time and trouble.
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    Give Polk customer service a call and reference the pictures you posted here. They should be able to hook you up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zingo View Post
    Give Polk customer service a call and reference the pictures you posted here. They should be able to hook you up.
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    Thanks guy's I'm in contact with a rep now. hope changing out these parts brings it back to life. seems I also left out the information specifically stating that its a model PSW10

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    The PSW10 orange caps (mine anyway) are:
    C12 = 4.7uF 50V
    C20 = 4.7uF 50V
    C22 = 10uF 50V
    C23 = 10uF 50V
    C24 = 10uF 50V

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    Skrol Thank you very much for your input. a rep named Kyle sent me a PDF schematicI hope this all that is wrong with this thing.

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