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I’ve got a couple of wireless LEDs that I want to replicate for project I’m working on. The only problem is I’m still very new to all this and I am struggling to grasp some concepts. Since I learn best hands-on I figured I'd dive in and see what I can learn.

With that said I need help identifying what I think is a capacitor, and determining what its value is (or at least how I would go about figuring it out).

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    Commented Jul 29, 2022 at 22:02

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It's a capacitor, and like most surface mount capacitors unmarked. you'll have to measure its capacitance after disassembling the circuit.

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