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SNES schematics for shvc-cpu-01 super famicom?

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I recaped a shvc super famicom (the one with the add-on audio circuit) with some leaky capacitors. I managed though to lift the pad and some part of the trace for the negative side of c57. Does anyone know where I can get a schematic for this board or tell me where this trace goes to patch it up?
 

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C57 is in parallel with C58
 

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4 months later, I realize that I asked for the wrong capacitors :eek:
The pad that tore off is the positive leg from c60. From the schematics that gorgyrip provided, I see that it is on parallel with c59

I'm not an expert with schematics reading/understanding though. Do I need to run a patch cable from r45 AND a patch to the via that goes to r42? I tried soldering just a patch from the positive leg of c59 to the positive of c60. All I get is a black screen with no sound
 

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Are you using a s-video cable? If you're using composite, than the problem is not with c59/c60.
Since you've replaced the caps, check around c57/c58 for corrosion and for continuity.
Also check the via for the - of C57. As you can see in my picture, in my case was in bad condition.

And here's a picture of your board. As you can see, you can connect c60 directly to c59 (assuming the traces from c59 to the vias are ok) Or use just one 220uf cap.
 

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Are you using a s-video cable? If you're using composite, than the problem is not with c59/c60.
Since you've replaced the caps, check around c57/c58 for corrosion and for continuity.
Also check the via for the - of C57. As you can see in my picture, in my case was in bad condition.

And here's a picture of your board. As you can see, you can connect c60 directly to c59 (assuming the traces from c59 to the vias are ok) Or use just one 220uf cap.
I use an rgb cable that is confirmed working properly.

Thanks for the close-up photo of the board by the way. As I can see the caps are directly connected. I'll use my multimeter to check continuity between 58 and 59, as they seem to be connected too.

I suspect that my console's current issue is related with the cart connector, as it is kinda flaky. Whatever held the connector in place, was broken loose when I dissasembled the console. I'll have to borrow the connector form another snes I have to check that
 
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