I know Brodders had a mod to repair it but, it involves changing stuff from the original setup so we chose not to supply the caps because, to be blunt, there's loads of people out there that should never be let near a soldering iron and someone would likely fry themselves or their fridge.
It means (IIRC) wiring dangling off the board as the original capacitors are not available from anywhere, both Brodders and I tried everywhere to find them with no luck.
So, with all that in mind we decided it was best not to mess with it and that, if someone had the nonce to DIY it then that's absolutely fine or paid Brodders to do it for them, again totally fine. But, given the givens it was best not to offer the caps for sale.
If you're not inclined to muck about and tinker I'd advice a new board. However, it should be noted that if you are okay with messing about a bit you've little to lose by trying as the board is toast anyway.