Les Dickson
CVRS Member

Hi again Robert. Hopefully you have a dim-bulb tester set up before you fire up your radio. You should be able to ground both replacement capacitors to the point where the original caps were grounded. In some radios the caps were not grounded to the chassis so I find it a good practice to always ground the new caps to wherever the originals were. Then I’d suggest you remove, or disconnect, the one remaining original cap from the circuit – it’s not a good idea to leave the old ones connected. For the positive ends of the replacement caps you can connect them to where the leads of the Sprague capacitors now lead – being sure to get them to the proper 10 mfd and 16 mfd locations. And of course remove the Sprague.