It's impossible to say for sure that it will. The best that we can say is that a bad capacitor COULD be the only reason for the problems you are having, but there are other more serious possible resons for them as well. The usual recommendation is to start with the simplest, most common, and easiest to fix solutions first.
Hey, Church AV Guy
Thank you for the reply. At the moment the only solution applicable would seem to replace the main capacitor, I'm just not sure if that alone will make the unit work again. As I mentioned in a previous post, the unit was banged a couple of times or so. Therefore, I don't know if just the main capacitor was damaged, or if there are other damages on the circuit board.
Here's the inside of the unit:
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