To touch on one point from earlier in the thread, higher voltage rating and amp rating for fuses is okay, but not lower ratings. In this case, if you try to put a 60V fuse (for example) in where a 125V fuse is required, the results could be very bad, including an outcome that involves flames. If you try to put in a fuse with a lower amp rating than what is required, it will blow immediately.
Bob Roberts has cap kits for sale. Itís quickest and easiest to e-mail him, although his web site is here. I'm sure there are other sources online for the cap kit. You could probably piece together all the caps needed, given enough effort, but the kits from Bob (and possibly other sources) are cheap enough, why bother?http://www.therealbobroberts.net/
The deluxe kit w/ audio board caps is $12.00. Shipping will probably be round $7.00. You should be out the door for less than $20.
E-mail bob to tell him what you want, he will e-mail you the price including shipping, and then you send him a check. He sends the order as soon as he gets the check. His process is a bit old school, but heís been THE go-to guy for many years, for replacement arcade parts. I have a DK cap kit from Bob sitting on one of my shelves which hasnít become an urgent issue to install (thankfully), and I havenít gotten around to yet.
Alternatively, Arcade Buffet (regularly on KLOV forums and other retro VG forums) offers re-capping/maintenance services (including full testing and fixing whatever other issues you have). A bit pricier, at around $150 (plus extra if flyback transformer needs replacement), but if youíre not up to the task of doing the capping yourself, then Buffet is also highly regarded in the community.http://thearcadebuffett.com/
Lastly, here is a good informative video detailing removing and disassembling a Sanyo 20EZ monitor and associated boards, and re-capping process. (John even refers to Bob Roberts in the video).https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQhY-l8nJvg
Hope this helps, please keep us updated on the progress. I know I am eager to see your machine run again.