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    Not having any luck finding capacitor 31-602. Anyone know where one can be found?

  • #2
    Tried miller4less.com?
    Ebay?

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    • #3
      Did you try calling miller tech support maybe they could get you the values and you could order one from a supplier?

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      • #4
        http://miller4less.com/advanced_sear...=13&search.y=6

        $100 each. The values are there, too, if you want to try to cross reference with something else.

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        • #5
          Mica, .002 mfd, 1000 volts according to Miller4less. Depending on the mechanical mounting, you may be able to find something at Mouser, Allied Electronics, Digikey, or even a place like Marlin P. Jones occasionally has something like that. Also try Fair Radio Sales, (Lima, OH) and Mendelson's (Dayton, OH) --that is a value that might also be used in a large transmitter. Unlike electrolytics, mica caps don't generally fail from age
          (unless they are oil filled and spring a leak) , so I would not be afraid of buying one from surplus.
          Last edited by Aeronca41; 01-11-2018, 02:33 PM.

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          • #6
            If you can figure out how to mount it, you could try this one from Fair Radio--.002 at 20KV. First item on the page. Seems it should work, but I'm not a welder expert. For 10 bucks, it may be worth a try. Just be sure you have someone who understands high voltage circuits help mount and wire it; not a job for a novice. Could be dangerous if done incorrectly.

            https://fairradio.com/capacitors/hig...ge-capacitors/

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            • #7
              Thank to all talked with miller tech found it same cap different #

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              • #8
                Nice !hopefully your melting some metal soon,keep us posted .D

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                • #9
                  Fantastic! Way easier than trying to adapt some other part.

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