A little help with identifying Ceramic Capacitors? Answered
A friend asked me to fix his tv's power supply, and i accepted the challenge.
Upon closer inspection of the circuit board of the power supply, i saw that a resistor bridge, a rectifier, a diode, a capacitor and 2 power transistors were blown. I purchased the appropriate replacements, and as i was about to install them earlier today I saw that two ceramic capacitors are blown.
One of them has '684J' printed on it, the other has "SCK 206 or 296" printed on it
I need a little bit of advice on what replacement capacitors to buy, or if i should take them out of the circuit.
I could leave them out, because they seem to hook up to a rectifier and then to a transistor, but i would rather buy the appropriate replacement capacitors.