Usch, was trying to repair my old espresso machine and I've successfully cleaned the bijeezus out of it, replaced the pump, descaled the boiler (really nice brass boiler btw), replaced all the gaskets, and now I'm down to just plugging the wires back into the sockets and look what I did: I accidentally snapped the wire off with my thick fingers. This capacitor connects to the outlet where the plug goes in the back of the machine, the third is just grounded. I don't know enough to be confident, but could I just solder this back on? I scraped off some of the shielding to expose the metal and it would seem simple enough, but like I said, I don't know enough to be safe. Can I just solder the wire back on, or do I need to replace the whole capacitor? I was trying to avoid the latter as Francis Francis (the brand) used these annoying clips for the wire connection and I would need to go to Elfa and see if they sell some kind of crimper that uses the same clips. . .