# What kind of component is this resistor-like part?

If I didn't know any better I would have assumed this was a resistor, but it was on a PCB with the label of "C4" which leads me to believe it is a capacitor. This came from a Zelda SNES cart.

What kind of component is this, and how can I test if it works or not? Where can I find good replacements?

• When asking questions like this, it's helpful if you can provide some context, like a picture of the PCB with the postition where you found it. If it's just some bulk cap or decoupling cap (which is likely), the value and type isn't critical. May 11 at 8:58

• @karafar Ceramic caps aren't polarized, as opposed to tantalum or aluminium electrolyte. If it had polarity there would be markings in the form of a solid line (not to be confused with any of the lines in your pic). In case of aluminium electrolyte the line indicates - and in case of tantalum it indicates +. So it's very important to understand which cap chemistry you are dealing with. May 11 at 9:04