A1311/A1312 Inverter

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(NEEDS REVISION, using oscilloscope without an isolation transformer) Failing inverters seem to have more than a 3v amplitude on the input and output rails of the inverter. Input on a good inverter is steady at 12.4V with less than 2V amplitude. Output may vary with model and brightness. 2010 A1312 was measured at 40V.

A1311 2009 V267-701
1x 35V 270uF 8mm x 16mm x 4mm
2x 100V 33uF 8mm x 12mm x 4mm

A1311 2011 V267-707
1x 25v 270uF 8mm x 16mm x 4mm
2x 100V 33uF 8mm x 12mm x 4mm

A1312 2009 V267-601
2x 35V 270uF 8mm x 16mm x 4mm
2x 63V 120uF 8mm x 19mm x 4mm

A1312 2010 V267-602
2x 35V 270uF 8mm x 16mm x 4mm
2x 63V 120uF 8mm x 19mm x 4mm

A1312 2011 V267
2x 35V 470 uF 10mm x 16mm x 5mm
3x 100V 47 uF 10mm x 13mm x 5mm

For all the input caps use 35V 470uF low ESR caps. Mouser link
for the output caps use either 63V 120uF or 100V 47uF low ESR caps depending on the original output V requirements Mouser 63V link Mouser 100V link