Replacing Maytag Dishwasher Drain & Wash Impellers

Due to the danger and complexity of electronic equipment repair, the following technical tip is intended for professional reference only. Please refer to manufacturer’s recommendations as Encompass does not guarantee the accuracy, reliability or safety of this information. 

Many factors can cause dishwashers to leak. But if a leak occurs near the bottom of a dishwasher and the water pressure is low during the wash cycle, it likely needs new impellers.

To make the repair, order a drain and wash impeller kit, which is part #675806 for Whirlpool, Maytag and other common dishwasher brands. Then, follow these steps to install the new parts:

1. Unplug dishwasher and turn off water supply.

When repairing a major appliance, the first step is always disconnecting the unit from its power supply. Even though this replacement procedure doesn’t directly involve electrical components, it’s safer to unplug the appliance and turn off the water supply. This reduces the risk of leaks and water damage during the repair.

2. Access the pump.

Open the dishwasher door, remove the lower rack and set aside. Loosen the spray arm nut counterclockwise and set aside. Remove the whole lower spray arm. Next, take out the bearing — these are the loose parts that need to be set aside before you start dismantling the base of the machine.

3. Uninstall the old drain and wash impellers.

Remove the eight screws securing the pump to the base. Pick up the pump, and pull it free from the hose. Use a wrench to hold the impeller in place, then remove the screw in the middle of the impeller. Without the wrench, the part will spin in place. Set the screw aside, and lift the impeller free. Uninstall the filter assembly, and pull it out. The filter has a gasket around the top. If the part came with a replacement seal, remove the old one and set it aside. Clean the filter of hard water deposits and grime to ensure the new seal sets into place properly.

Lift the chopper and spring assembly away from the shaft. Then, unscrew and remove the cover. Now the drain impeller is completely accessible. Pry it free from the central shaft. If the drain impeller is secured too firmly in place from years of use, carefully chisel the part and break it free. Discard all of these parts.

Next, pry the seal away from the bottom of the shaft. Clean the area with a cloth or vacuum, especially if you had to break the impeller into parts. Make sure the white balls in the bottom compartment don’t get lost or removed. If the central shaft is rusty
or dirty, now is also the perfect time to clean or file it into better shape.

4. Install the new drain and wash impeller kit, and reassemble the machine.

These steps work in reverse from the kit removal in the previous step. The kit involves many parts that look similar, so be sure to refer to the installation diagram as needed to use the correct parts during installation. Before starting, you may want to keep the drain and wash impeller kit parts in a plastic container so they stay separate from the other parts you removed from
the machine. This can also help simplify the reassembly process because the drain and wash impellers are separated by older parts that will be reinstalled.

Start with the seal assembly. Slide the seal over the shaft, and make sure the seal is tightly aligned and flat with the base. Next, align the drain impeller hole with the pattern on the shaft. Slide it down against the seal, and place the cover into position. Secure it with the screw removed previously.

5. Install the spring and chopper.

Pick up the spring and chopper parts. Slide the long end of the spring into the edge of the chopper so the middle of the spring and the hole in the chopper align. Then, slide it over the shaft with the spring side down. Rotate the assembly clockwise until the start of the spring interlocks with the top of the impeller.

6. Reinstall the filter assembly.

Find the side of the filter assembly that has a flat section along the top. This is where the wide hose connects to the drain, so orient this section to the back of the machine when you put the filter assembly over the shaft. Retighten the four screws that secure the filter assembly in place.

7. Install the wash impeller assembly.

Line the hole in the middle of the wash impeller with the flat grooves in the shaft. Slide the wash assembly flush against the top of the filter assembly. Then, hold the impeller in place with your wrench again. This enables you to re-tighten the central screw.

8. Make sure the screw is firmly tightened.

This screw is what applies the pressure against the water seal below. Test the wash impeller to make sure you can manually rotate it without any drag or unexpected friction. Put the new seal in the filter’s housing. The ring should slide into the groove without much stretching or tension.

9. Reinstall the pump.

Firmly insert the pump’s arm into the supply tube. Then, shift the assembly on top of the filter assembly. Once it’s in place over the central shaft, re-secure it with the eight screws. Slide the split bearing you removed earlier on top of the central shaft. Next, put the lower spray arm assembly on top of it. Make sure it’s level before you tighten the spray arm nut. Once the assembly is
secured, make sure the spray arm can rotate without drag or wobbling.

10. Put the lower rack back into the machine and close your dishwasher.

This repair procedure has a lot of moving parts, but it doesn’t require extensive experience or specialty tools. All you need is the replacement parts and enough space to stay comfortably organized.

Special thanks to Fred’s Appliance Academy for this helpful tip!

CE Tech Tips — October 2018

Due to the danger and complexity of electronic equipment repair, the following technical tip is intended for professional reference only. Please refer to manufacturer’s recommendations as Encompass does not guarantee the accuracy, reliability or safety of this information. 

Hitachi TV, 57UWX20B
Reason for Service: No video, OSD okay; HD signal has video
Solution: Replaced open L306.

LG TV, 47LM6700
Reason for Service: Dead, 2 blink error
Solution: Found shorted cap in power supply, C603.  220pf/1000V

Panasonic TV, TCL42E3
Reason for Service:  Won’t come on, one blink error code
Solution: LEDs coming on, but only for a second.  Replaced LED driver board.

Samsung TV, LN32A300J1DXZA
Reason for Service:  Picture too bright and washed out
Solution:  Replacing U6 on T-Con fixed set.  AS15-G

Samsung TV, UN55C6500VF
Reason for Service:  Dead
Solution: Replacing FET Q9201 in power supply fixed set. FQU5N40TU

Sharp TV, LC-60C6400U
Reason for Service: One long, one short error when set plugged in
Solution: Reset lamp errors.

Sony Plasma, KE42M1
Reason for Service: Screen intermittently dark, but sound okay
Solution: Replacing the following fixed set: IC6701, C6705, and C6708.

Toshiba TV, 47ZV650U
Reason for Service:  Set won’t start
Solution:  Replaced R850, 1.8 ohm/5W and relay.

Vizio TV,  GV52LFHDTV10A
Reason for Service: When set turned on, has white screen and no functions
Solution: Found bad regulator, (U33), on main board.

Encompass Migrates to jBASE as Business Scales

SAN CLEMENTE, California, October 2, 2018 – Zumasys, a leading provider of NoSQL database software for business-critical PICK applications, and Encompass Supply Chain Solutions, Inc., announced today the successful migration of Encompass’ custom ERP system to jBASE. The company also migrated its infrastructure from a co-location facility to the Zumasys cloud, now owned and operated by NexusTek.

The move has helped Encompass eliminate costly downtime and streamline development for the company’s primary business applications. With its ERP application running on jBASE, Encompass can now take advantage of dramatically improved reliability and performance for batch processing and web apps.

“As Encompass continues to grow our business and service offerings, it is critical to have the right systems in place to run our operations and enable us to scale with confidence,” said Encompass President and CEO Robert Coolidge. “We are very pleased with Zumasys’ ability to develop a strong, dependable platform to provide exceptional uptime and support for our customers.”

Brent Blair, Encompass Vice President of IT, added “We don’t have to worry about equipment failures like we had to before because everything is virtual now. “The jBASE application and the interface to our website is much more reliable than our previous solution. We haven’t had any downtime as far as our website is concerned since we cut over.”

Encompass’ business success depends on the company’s custom-developed ERP application, which feeds off its PICK MultiValue database platform. As the company’s legacy PICK database approached its end of life, it was no longer being actively supported or updated. Over time, the database became slow and unreliable, resulting in downtime for the company’s ERP system and eCommerce applications.

Encompass quickly ruled out moving to SAP or Oracle. According to Blair, switching database platforms would have been too costly, risky and time consuming. Worse, the company would have had to sacrifice the ability to custom tailor its ERP application. “One of the things that makes us competitive in our market is the ability to develop our business application around the specialized needs of our customers,” says Blair. “Moving to out-of-the-box software would have been a big loss for us.”

The company considered several PICK MultiValue database solutions before deciding on jBASE from Zumasys. With jBASE, Encompass could retain its custom features with a clear path for the future. Zumasys was also the only company that could offer a truly cloud-ready database solution. “By moving to the cloud, we can now focus our resources on development instead of running hardware,” adds Blair.

In March 2017, Encompass migrated from its co-location environment to the Zumasys cloud. One year later, the company migrated from its legacy MultiValue system to jBASE in just under four hours. The jBASE migration tool seamlessly migrated 90% of the company’s custom code, leaving just 10% of code to transition manually.

“It could not have gone more smoothly,” adds Blair. “Aside from having to change passwords, most users didn’t even realize we had switched systems.”

Today, the difference between the systems is clear. With jBASE, processing large transactions takes a fraction of the time that it once did. Processing time for end-of-day and end-of-month transactions has dropped from 3 1/2 hours to less than 1 hour, and performance for the company’s website has doubled.

In addition, the system is now more reliable than ever. Adding memory or storage is as simple as an online click or a short 5-minute phone call. Software updates are automatic, so the company never has to worry about downtime for maintenance. Because all data is stored in the Switch SuperNAP, one of the largest and most secure datacenters in the world, compliance and security audits are painless. Customers are thrilled to know their data is protected from security breaches and unwanted intrusion.

“Our customers rely on us to get them the parts they need to be successful,” explains Blair. “We are actively investing in solutions to increase reliability and speed for our customers. jBASE gives us a solid foundation for innovation.”


About Zumasys

Zumasys’ flagship product is jBASE, a proven NoSQL database developed nearly 30 years ago and used by the largest international banks in the world. jBASE is the most proven, scalable and performant document-oriented database on the market and it is ideal for PICK MultiValue applications that need to be modernize and virtualized, onsite or in the Cloud. Zumasys also provides several innovative software products including AccuTerm for remote browser-based access to PICK applications; MultiValue Dashboard for presenting business data within a Web-based graphical interface; MVConnect for RESTful Web Services; DesignBais; and the OpenQM database. The Company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Clemente, California. Learn more at or


About Encompass Supply Chain Solutions, Inc.

Celebrating 65 years of operations, Encompass is a market leader in forward and reverse supply chain management and high-tech repair services for a diverse and expanding range of consumer electronics, computer, major appliances and imaging products.  Encompass provides end-to-end solutions for OEMs, retailers, independent dealers, third-party administrators and consumers. Encompass manages all stages of the product lifecycle, including finished goods and replacement parts logistics, board repair and product refurbishment services, returns management, asset value recovery and eco-friendly disposal. For more information, please visit and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.


Inner Workings of Microwaves

Due to the danger and complexity of electronic equipment repair, the following technical tip is intended for professional reference only. Please refer to manufacturer’s recommendations as Encompass does not guarantee the accuracy, reliability or safety of this information. 

Although microwave ovens vary in design, they are virtually all similar in function. Most models are equipped with preset cooking times, programmed according to the basic popularity of certain food items, such as popcorn. Microwaves also have power level setting and timing options for food items not included in the pre-set modules.

After the desired cooking setting has been chosen and the start button pressed, the control board sends 120 volts of electricity traveling through a series of components inside your microwave and converts it into high-powered radio waves that cook your food. Once the radio waves are inside the cooking area, they penetrate the food from the outside in causing moisture in the food to vibrate intensely. It is this vibration that generates the heat that cooks the food.

Models equipped with a motorized turntable, rotate food so that radio waves can cook the food uniformly. For more, watch this  5-minute video for a deeper understanding of how a microwave oven works. Here are some tips to deal with operational issues:

How to Remove and Replace the Magnetron in a Microwave Not Heating
If your microwave fails to warm or cook your food, it’s possible that the magnetron will need to be replaced. Due to the electrical danger involved, it’s recommended that this service be performed by a professional appliance repair company; here are the repair basics:

Tools Needed

  • Two insulated screwdrivers
  • Needle nose pliers
  • # 20 Torx screwdriver
  • Phillips screwdriver

The following procedure is for a Whirlpool microwave that sits above the range. Servicing will take some time and patience to complete. Several screws must be removed to access the magnetron. Place the screws in a container to avoid misplacement and then:

  • Remove turntable and set aside.
  • Using Phillips bit with electrical drill, dismount microwave by removing two screws that hold it to kitchen cabinet.
  • Tilt microwave toward you at about 45-degree angle and lift it off rear bracket that holds it in place on kitchen wall.
  • Remove grill and set aside.
  • Flip microwave on its back and remove eight Phillips-style screws. When completed, flip microwave back to its original position.
  • Remove 10 Phillips screws that hold microwave wrap in place. Remove rear cover and set aside.
  • Now remove eight more screws from top of microwave cover.
  • Don’t forget to remove two screws that hold blower cover in place. Remove cover and set aside.
  • With all exterior screws removed, you should be able to grab sides of cover and gently pull toward yourself, lift it from its place and set aside.
  • Remove panel that protects diode and capacitor.
  • Since capacitor retains residual voltage that could result in serious shock, you are going to short out remaining electricity.
  • Place metal end of one insulated screwdriver on one capacitor terminal and place  other insulated screwdriver on other tab. Cross screwdrivers and hold them together, metal to metal. You should hear pop or see spark discharging any
    remaining voltage in capacitor. To be safe, perform this task twice. After discharging residual voltage, and with microwave unplugged, it should be safe to proceed with removing magnetron.
  • Access magnetron by removing three Phillips type screws that hold waveguide to rear panel. The waveguide is a plastic tube-like guide that directs radio waves to inside of microwave.
  • Before removing waveguide, remove power cord ground wire from rear panel.
  • Remove power cord by sliding it out of its guide and set aside to keep out of the way.
  • Remove last screw holding waveguide in place and carefully manipulate waveguide from its place and set aside. There is one more part to remove before you can access magnetron.
  • Remove magnetron thermostat, which is held in place with two Phillips screws. Gently pull thermostat away from magnetron.
  • Use needle nose pliers to disconnect locking tabs from magnetron. Pinch tabs inward until you feel release and pull wire away from  tab. It does not matter in what order these wire tabs are reconnected to new magnetron; they are just
    completing a circuit.
  • Use #20 Torx screwdriver to remove four screws that hold magnetron in position. Lift old magnetron from its location and set aside. You are now ready to install new magnetron and return microwave to its previous state. You are going to pretty much do everything in reverse order, but following is a quick go-to guide that will help ensure you reassemble all parts and screws to their previous locations. It is no good to finally get the microwave back together only to discover the blower fan cover was not reinstalled, or worst yet, the waveguide.
    ● Install the new magnetron (two torx screws).
    ● Reconnect wire tabs.
    ● Return magnetron thermostat to proper location (two Phillips screws).
    ● Reinstall waveguide cover (three Phillips screws).
    ● Slide power cord into its guide.
    ● Reconnect power cord ground wire to rear panel.
    ● Reinstall high voltage protective cover (two Phillips screws).
    ● Reinstall cover, and don’t forget to feed power cord through fan opening.
    ● Ensure cover is flush with panel by placing slide into panel and ensure no gaps exist on either side.
    ● Reinstall back screws first to keep cover in place.
    ● Replace fan cover, making sure to slide tabs into designated slots.
    ● Reinstall all screws in top panels.
    ● Flip microwave on its back and reinstall the eight Phillips screws.
    ● Flip upright and replace grill, ensuring tabs line up to designated slots. Once grill is in place, use two Phillips screws to  secure. Do not over tighten any screw used to hold plastic part in place as plastic could crack or break.
    ● Enlist help to hold and balance microwave as you line it up with bracket that holds unit to wall.
    ● Feed power cord through designated hole in kitchen cabinet.
    ● Reinstall the two Phillips screws that anchor top of microwave to bottom of  kitchen cabinet.

Special thanks to Fred’s Appliance Academy for this helpful tip!

CE Tech Tips — September 2018

Due to the danger and complexity of electronic equipment repair, the following technical tip is intended for professional reference only. Please refer to manufacturer’s recommendations as Encompass does not guarantee the accuracy, reliability or safety of this information. 

LG TV,  47LH41UE
Reason for Service:  Dead
Solution: Replaced D601 diode pack. Check insulation for diode pack to heat sink and screw insulator.

RCA TV, D52W20,  (ITC222)
Reason for Service: Picture normal with bright set low, but distorts and stretches when brightness is adjusted up.
Solution: Check DI106 and DI032.

Samsung TV, HL61A650C1FXZA
Reason for Service: Set won’t come on.  Power light cycles on, then off, on then off, etc.
Solution: Replaced ballast cap C20, and two open caps in the power supply.  C801S & C802S.

Samsung TV, HL72A650C1FXZA
Reason for Service: At turn on, lamp flickers then set turns off.
Solution: This was caused by two bad caps in main power supply.  C802 & C810; both 470 at 200V.

Samsung TV,  PN43E450A
Reason for Service:  Set won’t start or shuts down intermittently.
Solution:  Pin 1 of CN801 not fully seated in connector.  Reseating pin fixed the set.

Sharp TV, LC46LE830U
Reason for Service: Shutdown, error was 2 slow then 5 fast blinks.
Solution: Replaced the power board: RUNTKA790WJQZ. 

Sony TV, KDL32L504
Reason for Service:  Dead, maybe lightning
Solution: Replaced IC6102,  #670880101

Toshiba TV,  46XV648U
Reason for Service:  Dead
Solution:  In power supply, found R850 bad.  1.8 ohm, 5W.  Also replaced relays SR80 & SR81.

CE Tech Tips — August 2018

Due to the danger and complexity of electronic equipment repair, the following technical tip is intended for professional reference only. Please refer to manufacturer’s recommendations as Encompass does not guarantee the accuracy, reliability or safety of this information. 

Samsung TV, LN37A550P3F
Reason for Service:  Normal picture goes to white screen in about a minute
Solution: There’s a bad chip on the T-Con; use freeze spray to find and verify.

Samsung TV,  PN60E7000
Reason for Service:  Might be dead, or comes on for a short time, then turns off
Solution:  Look for bad solder on the FETs. Clean and resolder.

Sony TV,  KDL32S20L
Reason for Service:  Backlight comes on for short time then goes off; 4 blink error
Solution: Look for bad ccfl tubes, shorted FET drivers and/or defective output transformer.

Sony TV,  KDS55A2000
Reason for Service:  Shutdown with 4 blink error
Solution:  Remove back and look for dust in exhaust fan. Cleaning should fix the set.

Panasonic TV,  TCP50U50
Reason for Service:  Shutdown, 8 blink error.
Solution:  Found Q051 shorted on SS Board; DG3D3020CVLW.  Use screw kit also: XYN3-F6FJ-18PK.

Toshiba TV, 46SL412U
Reason for Service: Power LED flashes at turn on, but set won’t start
Solution: Found bad Q30 on main board; replacing fixed set.

Vizio TV, VX37LHDTV10A
Reason for Service: No backlight. Emblem turns amber when set plugged in, then turns white when set turned on. Cannot turn set off without unplugging.
Solution: Power supply voltages okay. Main regulator U7 was bad.  Replacing it fixed set.

Westinghouse TV,  TX42F430S
Reason for Service:  Dead, has amber standby
Solution:  Found bad cap, TC51.  470uF/16V.  Replacing fixed set.


Former Panasonic Executive Joins Encompass in Key Operational Role

New Hire to Strengthen Leadership Team as Company Manages Explosive Growth

Lawrenceville, Ga., August 8, 2018Encompass Supply Chain Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of Distribution, 3PL and 4PL solutions for a diverse range of finished goods and replacement parts, today announced that Brad Moszkiewicz – electronics industry veteran and former Panasonic vice president – has been tapped to lead its warehouse operations.

Brad Moskiewicz

In his position as Director of Warehouse Operations, Moszkiewicz will be responsible for managing Encompass distribution centers located in Georgia, Florida and Nevada, which opened earlier this year in Las Vegas. He will play an integral role in the current build out of a new distribution facility in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., which is replacing the company’s nearby existing warehouse and doubling its capacity.

Encompass’ larger footprint is needed to accommodate added volume driven by the company’s expansion in parts support for such segments as Appliance, HVAC and Computer. It is currently  evaluating other strategic locations across the country to serve its nationwide customer base.

Moszkiewicz brings more than 20 years of experience in operations, supply chain, distribution and customer service management through progressive roles at Panasonic, one of the world’s top manufacturers of a wide range of products including consumer electronics, appliance, audio visual, personal care and many more. Among his many achievements at Panasonic, Moszkiewicz negotiated several vendor contracts, including freight, outsourced labor and call center support that resulted in multi-million-dollar operational cost savings.

Moszkiewicz joins Encompass during a period of exceptional growth in the company’s history, said Scott Cameron, senior vice president of Operations and Service Solutions. In addition to parts distribution volume, Encompass increasingly is taking responsibility for the entire parts supply chain for manufacturers opting to minimize their parts infrastructure costs and enhance aftersales service.

“We are very fortunate to bring someone of Brad’s caliber onto our leadership team,” said Cameron. “As Encompass continues to manage unprecedented volume in our distribution centers, Brad’s proven multi-site operational experience, talent and knowledge will be a tremendous asset to our organization and customers.”

Cameron said Moszkiewicz will be tasked with integrating and standardizing supply chain operations to maximize revenue growth, process innovation and cost reduction. Onboarding new 3PL and 4PL clients and monitoring performance metrics for optimal operational efficiency will be another key part of his role.

Moszkiewicz will also be closely collaborating with the Encompass executive team on planning, budgeting and decision making, enabling the organization to reach its business goals and objectives. Encompass has been aggressively targeting new markets – such as home warranty – to support its growth strategy.

It’s 2pm, Do You Know Where Your Parts Are?

If you/your business maintains truck stock, how do you keep track of it? Encompass is considering offering a FREE Truck Stock Inventory Management System to support our valued field tech customers. But first, we need to know if there is any interest. Please help us by participating in a quick 4-question survey.

We value your opinion! Your feedback helps us create programs to help your business be more successful.

Time for a Mid-Year Goal Assessment

As we are well into the second half of 2018, now is an ideal time to review the business and individual goals your team hopefully set at the beginning of the year. What progress has been made? Is your company positioned to meet these goals by yearend? Is the team continuing to work toward their personal commitments?  If not, what barriers are hampering progress?

      President & CEO
       Robert Coolidge

Goals should serve as a road map for individual professional development and business growth. Establishing targets is the easy part.  Actually following through on them is the real challenge. To help prevent goal setting from becoming meaningless busy work, there must be accountability. Otherwise, your commitments become as pointless as the paper that likely wasn’t used to record them.

Prior to the fourth quarter, it’s a good idea to take another look at the targets you set. Assess the status and where you expect to be by year end. With any luck, some of your commitments may even have expanded into larger opportunities than first thought, or new ones have come into play.

Otherwise, you’ve got to pinpoint where you are falling short and then laser focus on improving those areas. Have market conditions changed? Are the right people in place? Do you have enough resources and the right tools? Don’t wait until Q4 to identify issues that should be addressed now.

If you’re falling short on personal commitments, take a harsh look at what’s keeping you from success. While there may be obstacles, what are you doing to defeat or sidestep them?  At the end of the day, you are responsible for your own achievements. Be honest with yourself, and make a solid plan to get back on track.

You’ve got most of the second half now to make field adjustments and strengthen your game plan. It’s not too late to reach the goal line.



CE Tech Tips — July 2018

Due the danger and complexity of electronics repair, the following shared technical tips are intended for professional reference only. Please refer to manufacturer’s recommendations as Encompass does not guarantee the accuracy, reliability or safety of this information.

Hitachi TV,  60SDX88B
Reason for Service:  Shutdown
Solution: Check all: QH01,  C655,  IP05,  IP06,  DP05 and DP39.

LG TV, 42-LG50-UA
Reason for Service: Backlight not working, sound okay
Solution: Replaced master inverter, and F1, 3/4 amp fuse.

Panasonic Plasma, TC50PX14
Reason for Service: 10 flash error code, indicating A board.  Too expensive to replace.
Solution:  Found a shorted SM zener on the backside of the A board.  D5573

Samsung TV,  LN32A330J1
Reason for Service:  White picture, solarized
Solution:  The T-Con in this set used a AS15G chip; replacing it fixed the set.

Samsung TV, HP-T4254
Reason for Service: Set runs for hour or so then shuts down
Solution:  QX801 & QX802 in the power supply module had cold solder.  Resoldered anything else that looked bad.

Samsung TV,  UN55C8000
Reason for Service: Intermittently won’t start
Solution: Found bad solder connection on LM891.

Sony TV,  KP57HW40
Reason for Service:  Dead, relay clicks with 6 blink error code
Solution:  Found shorted D5002 on G board.  Sony #871906089

Toshiba TV, power supply PE0071G-1
Reason for Service:  Dead with light blinking
Solution: Repaired power supply by replacing Q880.  STRW6765

Vizio TV,  E321VL
Reason for Service:  Dead, no logo
Solution: Replaced EEprom and two caps.  CE25 & CE26.  100uF/16V.