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Re: John T Electrical question

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12-12-2012 14:28:57

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Actually, capacitors in PARALELL (NOT series) are additive. If you place two 10 MFD in paralell, you now have 20 MFD.

John T

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12-13-2012 11:53:16

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 Re: John T Electrical question in reply to John T, 12-12-2012 14:28:57  
Hello John T,
I know it was the opposite of resistors, and still got it wrong! Thanks for the correction. There is enough info on this forum that is way off. Me and the rest of the wifes tale people need a spot check now and then. Good sparking with you!

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John T

12-13-2012 16:03:59

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 Re: John T Electrical question in reply to GUIDO, 12-13-2012 11:53:16  
Heck I still get things wrong I knew (thought I did lol) for years.....I have learned on here, been corrected a few times myself, but thats how we ALLLLLLLLLL learn.......Kinda like the Bible story about he who is without sin casting the first stone, I dont think I'll be throwing any.

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12-15-2012 12:57:09

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 Re: John T Electrical question in reply to John T, 12-13-2012 16:03:59  
Hello John T
Like I said, I sure know how they work and use them in many ways. Lots of times let all the smoke out. But................ that was just wrong info on my part. No stone casting on my end! Anyhow I hope to retun the favor. I'll be watching you! Ha1 Ha1.....

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