I do some repairs and recaps, on a case by case basis. I have no desire to be everyone's "go-to guy" like Paul does. The PCMCIA is going to be expensive, though, as the port COST is about $40-50. I usually use the shrouded, box type of connectors for the IDE header, instead of just bare pins, which cost a little more (almost $5 each) but reduce the possibility of bending pins again or inserting the cable incorrectly. I use Panasonic hybrid aluminum electrolytic caps, which are also more expensive, but, you'll be good for another 20-30 years before there's even a possibility of leakage again. How does the board look? Any dulled solder joints on other components near the existing caps? Does the audio and composite video work properly?
I have all the proper equipment to do it (hot air station, vacuum desoldering gun, good irons, solder, and flux).
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