I've been gradually working on restoring my mom's old Pioneer PL-A45D turntable. So far I've cleaned and re-lubricated the platter bearing, replaced the belt, and replaced the stylus. Now, I think it's time to replace the capacitors. There's quite a bit of wow/flutter, and since the belt is new I figure it's probably due to the age of the capacitors. I took a look inside and just wanted to make sure I was getting the right value before ordering replacements. Printed on the PCB is "0.1 MFD," which I imagine is a value for each capacitor separately, equivalent to 100uF. Please correct me if I'm wrong on this!
I would also like some suggestions on what to buy for replacements. Thanks in advance for the help!