reading a printed circuit so I know which way to fit new capacitors

Yaakov

Joined Jan 27, 2019
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Welcome to AAC.

The schematic is so small it is unreadable. If you could cut out just the section of interest and make it large enough to see, that would help.
 

LesJones

Joined Jan 8, 2017
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I think the the NP next to these capacitors indicates that they are none polorised. So assuming you have the correct capacitors it does not matter which way round you fit them. Notice that polorised capacitors in the circuit have a + sign next to the positive end.
Edit. Note for Yaakov. The PDF is clearer than the .jpg image.
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Les.
 
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Tim Hod

Joined Nov 14, 2021
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I think the the NP next to these capacitors indicates that they are none polorised. So assuming you have the correct capacitors it does not matter which way round you fit them. Notice that polorised capacitors in the circuit have a + sign next to the positive end.
Edit. Note for Yaakov. The PDF is clearer than the .jpg image.
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Les.
Gentlemen, many thanks for the quick and concise replies. The fact that the replacement capacitors had come with different length connecting wires had caused the initial concern.
Kind regards, Tim.
 

dl324

Joined Mar 30, 2015
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Based on the fact that there are other similar cap symbols that are marked for polarity, I'd say they nonpolarized:
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