I have had two Macs, a 512K and a Plus, in storage since they failed the smoke test in a spectacular manner a few years back. I have finally learned how to solder and de-solder, so I think its time to change the analog board capacitors on both of the machines that are otherwise in good shape. I have James Wages's capacitor list, but it says it's only good for 110 V US models. Is there a list for EU-models somewhere or are they the same since they are low voltage capacitors?
If you need to repair two Macintosh 220V Power/Sweep boards, #661-76214 (the power and video parts), the only likely replacement capacitor needed would be the vertical sweep (on 120V boards, that's 3.9 uF nonpolar). If that needs replacing, the vertical sweep is missing (just a horizontal stripe for video, or too-short picture even with height adjusted).
Capacitor failures were common in 2000-2006, but a ~1985 Macintosh has more likely problems elsewhere. In addition to taking EXTREME care not to crack the picture tube (not replaceable, fragile near neck connector), one needs to safely discharge the picture tube, before doing any soldering work.
If you can compare two boards that have different faults, it might be very easy to find the problems.