I have the same problem, but with the old motherboard (Rev 113). Here I don't have the same capacitor. I have only five of them and not on C10. Do anyboday know, if I replace the five it will also help?
With which capacitor should I replace`?
Thank you very much in advance
vic7767 wrote:There are only two type boards. Rev 64 (newer models) and rev 113, (earlier models) When replacing, you must obtain the board with the same type of User interface ribbon cable. Early models used a friction / compression connector, later models use an actual pinned connector.
Donkey wrote:FYI, I had the same issue. I replaced my standard 25v 100uF capacitor with a 25v 320uF capacitor for no other reason than it was the only one I had in the garage.
Seems to have fixed the problem...Neato is back to life.
I found this video very helpful. https://youtu.be/WR7yx-E1Y14. He used a 1000uF capacitor
mfortuna wrote:As long as the existing cap is not shorted you should be fine.
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