With that little understanding, You SHOULD be asking: Who around can fix this for me?
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Look for these things.
There should be a voltage rating on the side (ie 35 V). Measure the diameter and height. Look for the name of a manufacturer (like Panasonic, Nichicon, CDE, etc). Finally, look for the capacitance, measured in uF (micro farads). Sometimes there will be a temperature rating as well (like 85C or 105C).
With all that info you can easily have someone find a suitable replacement for you. Post all this info and I will see what I can do to help.