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IMPORTANT Jaguar A3, 0.4, 0.6 & 0.7 BOM & Parts Kit Error 
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noted


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Noted.
Thanks for the diligence.
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Thanks for the transparency and solid concern about this. I'll swap out my cap tomorrow after returning from the mountains.


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Hello,
DeuceEFI PM'ed me about the C7 capacitor value error, I will be updating my board today. Thanks for the heads-up.
As an aside, I couldn't find a BOM on Github, I am just building my board by looking at the schematics.

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Acknowledged.. may I insert a 8-) "I told you so" here as I pointed this out when Fred was in Canada. At the time I could offer no technical I reason, I just thought it was an inconsistency in the bom.


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AncientGeek wrote:
may I insert a 8-) "I told you so" here as I pointed this out when Fred was in Canada. At the time I could offer no technical I reason, I just thought it was an inconsistency in the bom.

You may, and I'll point out that I replied with the correct answer at the time. I won't say more than this, though.

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Nice catch, Mines still on the workbench(!) , no blood-no foul! :-)


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noting my acknowledgement
Also; the same part number Andy linked to earlier in the thread for the replacement can also be found at digikey.co.uk, for those in the UK.


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Almost any 6.8nF cap that fits the spot will work. Tighter tolerance is better, but not really required. Mono-cermaic multilayer disks are my favourite.

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Digikey will sell it to you in the UK but they don't have any UK stock so it's about a tenner to get it to your door.


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