I don't think there's anything wrong with the capacitor.
The ground should be on the positive side, and it should
face the same way as the rest.
IC-PROG is way too slow. The DOS program supports the
high speed interface (use -115k). I had to mess with the
source a little to get it to work in Windows.
I've used the Fluffy2 with both the SX28 and SX52 with
excellent results. If you want to use the 48 or 52 you
will have to change the programming software a little
since they have twice as much code space. The only
problem is that I use 2 9V batteries to power it and
it gobbles them up like crazy.
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