As the title says, I accidentally ripped the lead off this film capacitor. It was the only one I had - am I out of luck, or can this be soldered back on? I've provided photos, including one under my microscope of the damaged area.
This appears to be a 2 μF, 400 V film cap with a 5% tolerance (the J letter code). It's easy enough to replace; I have found a few on Mouser that are relatively inexpensive ($3.50 USD), but wanted to see if it was worth trying to repair before I ordered some.
Separate question - as mentioned, I found some replacements (from Panasonic). Does anyone recognize the manufacturer of the one pictured? These were taken from the inside of an Tripp-Lite isolation transformer.