I posted a thread a while back about eMacs with bad capacitors. I had 10 eMacs with this problem and 3 of which were still under warranty. The other seven are rotting away now. I've now decided that since I'm out of warranty, I'll have to fix them myself. I know when Apple repairs these eMacs they get fresh new logic boards. I think that is an expensive option. I'm wondering if the capacitor problem lies within just the capacitor and nothing else on the logic board. If that's the case, I can de-solder the old capacitors and solder on new ones. I just need to know if that is a fact, that replacing the capacitors will fix the problem and that the capacitor problem is not a symptom of something else going wrong on the logic board. Anybody know? Thanks.