Hey all. I've got this printer (Brother laser all in one something something. It's pretty good.) with a burnt cap in the PSU. There's a datasheet here. It's the second one, KH X1Y2 and it's 1000pF. Now, the store that actually have these things (ELFA) is out of them. It used to say they would get new ones early february but now it says they'll get them March 23. Sigh. But I just slaughterd a bunch of computer PSU's and I found a bunch of identical capacitors BUT they're 2000pF instead. It is placed just before a power connector that goes to lord knows what. It looks like this: AC in (with filters) -> fuses -> blown cap -> power out. I've no idea where it goes and the printer is a b*tch to work with. So, what do you think will happen if I replace it with a 2000pF cap instead? Or should I maybe take it apart completely to find out where the mysterious out leads? I mean it's totally doable but I rather not. Thanks for looking!