#1
Quick question. I have a ceramic disk capacitor from a smoke detector that reads "22" (yes, the numbers are underlined). What value is it? I'm asking cause I'm hoping it's .022uF so I can use it to replace the sweep cap in my wah.
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#2
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#5
^ok.

For those of you who wanted a pic, theres really none needed. It's your normal ceramic disk capacitor that says "22" on it. no letters or anything else.
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#6
Mmmk.

I just thoguht maybe it would have some unique characteristics or something.
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Mmmk.

I just thoguht maybe it would have some unique characteristics or something.

Yes, I forgot to mention, it's soldered to a Dumble.


i wish...
Schecter Gryphon; Ibanez AEG20E
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