I frequently get caught in this problem: When I do a PCB design, I put a lot of capacitors in parallel (of same value or different) on my board. After a period of time, some of them wear out and starts leaking. I would not want to remove each capacitor to find out the faulty ones. Since these capacitors are connected in parallel, it is not possible to find it out using a capacitor meter. I need a way out to find out the faulty one. I want someone who has a solution for this with practial experience. I would need a cost effective way to weed out the faulty capacitors. Would like to know whether thermal imaging would work out. I am not too interested in using a microscope to find it out..its time consuming and doesnt solve the purpose.
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