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i recently bought a power cap for my new system: the power is 2 farad brand:boss it has LED displayer and LED lighting normally i turn my car on the power cap will turn on the light and showing numbers on the display but now it doesnt showing anything but my music still playing, i just wondering is the power cap is broken or the LED display and light is blow-up.

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Even if the capacitor is broken, your music Will still play. Because it should be wired as a parallel 12v supply to the regular 12v supply from the battery.

So yes it could be dead.

However for your safety, being a capacitor and being dangerous I would not assume it is dead. I would assume just the leds and led display has failed and the capacitor still has the potential to be alive and dangerous.

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