Pioneer Recap cross reference

Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by Highlander52, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. Highlander52

    Highlander52 Member

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    PL-560 Recap Caps (see post #6)

    I have a PL-560 and want to recap it...looked at the PL-630 restoration thread and several of the other recap projects (great work by Mark the Fixer and pustelniakr) but I'm bleeding out the eyeballs trying to figure out the replacement caps for these listed pioneer parts:

    CEA101M6.3NP
    CKDYF403Z50
    CKDYB681K50
    CQMA154J50
    CQMA104J50

    CQMA153J50
    CSZAR47K35
    CQMA104K50
    CEA010M50NP
    CQMA563K50

    CEA010P50
    CSZAR33K35
    CSZA100K16
    CEA101P35
    CEA100P35
    CKDYF103Z50

    CEA4R7P16
    CEA220P16
    CQMA332K50
    CQMA103J50
    CSZAR47M35V

    CSZA330M10
    CEA471M6.3NP

    CCDCH330J50
    CCDCH560J50
    CQMA562J50
    CQSH472J50
    CEA100P16

    CEA471P50
    CEA330P35
    CEW4R7P250
    PCL031
    KCE009
    PCL030
    PCL018

    Need a little more tutorial on deciphering... TIA

    Highlander52
     
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  2. Numistrek09

    Numistrek09 Super Member

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    Ok, heres what i remember from my recent pioneer recap voyage.

    CEA are electrolytic radial caps
    CEB are electrolytic axial caps
    CEANL are low leakage electrolytic caps
    CQSA are styrol caps
    CKDYF, CKDYB, & CCDCH are all different ceramic disk types
    CQPA & CQMA are different types of film caps i believe
    CSZA & CSZAH are tantalum caps

    I don't know what the other types you listed are. But i'm sure one of the real experts will be here soon to help.
     
  3. markthefixer

    markthefixer On Hiatus, dealing with Dad's estate full time Subscriber

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    The manual does you a huge disservice, being that cryptic.

    Usually on the receivers I have done, they list the UF value and Voltage.

    then there's a page of mine detailing the ELECTROLTYIC cap substitutions for the various types. 1uf plus and some 0.1uf to 1.0 uf caps....

    I posted these rules of thumb not so long ago:

     
  4. markthefixer

    markthefixer On Hiatus, dealing with Dad's estate full time Subscriber

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    here's my value guesses, you need to visually verify them before I take any stabs at finding a replacement. garbage in = garbage squared out...

     
  5. Highlander52

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    Thank you...the information provided will be a great help...figured I'd have to visually verify them all but hoping for an easier answer to start. Great job again MTF! I'd already looked at your rules so thanks for the refresh.
     
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  6. Highlander52

    Highlander52 Member

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    Capacitor values

    OK, figured out which ones (Electrolytic) need replacement. List is below. Mouser number is after the description, then quantity required.


    Name description substitute quantity
    Drive Control Assembly PWG-017
    c21 CEA101M6.3NP 6.3 volt 100 uF NP 647-UES0J101MPM 1
    c31 CEA010M50NP 50 volt 1 uF NP 647-UES1H010MDM 1
    c34 CEA010P50 50 volt 1 uF 647-UPW1H010MDD1TD 1
    c37 CEA101P35 35 volt 100 uF 85C 647-UPM1J101MPD 1
    c38-c40 CEA100P35 35 volt 10 uF 85C 647-UPM1J100MDD 3

    Control Assembly PWX-028
    c1 CEA4R7P16 16 volt 4.7 uF 647-UMA1C4R7MCD2 1
    c2 CEA220P16 16 volt 22 uF 647-UHC1C220MDD 1
    c8 CEA471M6.3NP 6.3 volt 470 uF 667-ECE-A0JN471X 1

    Oscillator Assembly PWX-022
    c6 CEA100P16 16 volt 10 uF 647-UPW1C100MDD 1

    Power Supply Assembly
    c1 CEA471P50 50 volt 470 uF 647-UKL1H471KHD 1
    c2 CEA101P35 35 volt 100 uF 647-UPJ1J101MPD 1
    c3 CEA330P35 35 volt 33 uF 647-UPS2A330MPD 1
    c5 CEW4R7P250 250 volt 10 uF 140-HTRL250V10-RC 1
    c7 PCL031/030 .022 uF 75-715P200V0.022 1
    c8 KCE009/PCL018 .033 uF 75-715P600V0.047 1

    Total of 16

    NP means non-polarized, cost about 8 bucks to complete one turntable.

    Thanks again to all who've helped.
     
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