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-Can I Install Capacitors With A Slightly Different Rating?
+Can I Install in PS Capacitors With A Slightly Different Rating?

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Recently, my monitor died.  It refused to turn on, and after some research, I traced the problem to capacitors in the power supply.  I bought a replacement kit on eBay, and installed most of it, and realized that it didn't come with all the right capacitors.  One of the capacitors that I need to replace is rated at 220uF-25V, yet I recieved capacitors that are rated at 220uF-35V.  Now my question is, can I install the 220uF-35V caps in place of the 220uF-25V's, or will I have to drive to RadioShack in a foot of snow and buy the right ones for 10X the price?  The seller will not accept items that are opened, and since I installed about 1/2 of them, I don't think that will help either.

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-Computer Monitor Power Supply
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Modifié par : Chris Green ,

Titre:

Can I Install Capacitors With A Slightly Different Rating?

Texte:

Recently, my monitor died.  It refused to turn on, and after some research, I traced the problem to capacitors in the power supply.  I bought a replacement kit on eBay, and installed most of it, and realized that it didn't come with all the right capacitors.  One of the capacitors that I need to replace is rated at 220uF-25V, yet I recieved capacitors that are rated at 220uF-35V.  Now my question is, can I install the 220uF-35V caps in place of the 220uF-25V's, or will I have to drive to RadioShack in a foot of snow and buy the right ones for 10X the price?  The seller will not accept items that are opened, and since I installed about 1/2 of them, I don't think that will help either.

Appareil:

Computer Monitor Power Supply

Statut:

open

Réponse acceptée:

+42594

Contribution d'origine par : Chris Green ,

Titre:

Can I Install Capacitors With A Slightly Different Rating?

Texte:

Recently, my monitor died.  It refused to turn on, and after some research, I traced the problem to capacitors in the power supply.  I bought a replacement kit on eBay, and installed most of it, and realized that it didn't come with all the right capacitors.  One of the capacitors that I need to replace is rated at 220uF-25V, yet I recieved capacitors that are rated at 220uF-35V.  Now my question is, can I install the 220uF-35V caps in place of the 220uF-25V's, or will I have to drive to RadioShack in a foot of snow and buy the right ones for 10X the price?  The seller will not accept items that are opened, and since I installed about 1/2 of them, I don't think that will help either.

Appareil:

Computer Monitor Power Supply

Statut:

open