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Capacitors and Voltage

Mitch_ConnorsMitch_Connors Registered User regular
edited January 2012 in Help / Advice Forum
I am trying replace several capacitors on a circuit board for a pc monitor.

Getting exact voltage matches for the capacitors is proving a little difficult.

A local computer repair guy said I could go up higher on the voltage as long as it is not to extremely high. For example I need a 1000uf v10 capacitor but he was suggesting I could use a 1000uf v25 instead.

Does anyone know if this idea carries water?

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