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Default Mitsubishi Television part-numbers.

Hi Folks,

I'm replacing a bunch of caps on a Mitsubishi CS-40805 television.

Putting together an order on DigiKey I got the bright idea that it
would be a real time saver if I could cross-reference Mitsubishi part

Does anyone know if there is an on-line publicly available database
available for cross-reference of Mitsubishi part numbers to common

Example part numbers:


Both of these are 820uf 180v 105c, one is short and fat, the other tall
and skinny.

Thanks in advance!


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