The speaker started doing a clicking sound every time it is turned on. It goes away after a while but it becomes an annoyance especially if you need to use it immediately.
To fix this, you need to replace the bad capacitor C125 by Fujicon. Mark orientation accordingly as capacitors have polarity. The grey colour side should be facing opposite the aluminium slab.
What you need is a radial capacitor that is 4.7uF 25V 85°C. Look for the Rubycon brand if you can.
I found this Panasonic 4.7 uF 25V 85C capacitor in Farnell for about $1.42 for 5 pieces though you only need one.
They have an overnight shipping for about $12 coming from Chester Hill NSW.
To see more pictures, you can visit this French site http://www.mxp2.com/trucs-et-astuces/divers/-razer-mako-probleme-de-son-tap-tap-tap-s396.html
I am about to get a Sonos playbar but I guess I will have to squeeze the remaining life out of this great box.