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Can I use a higher voltage capacitor

I want to replace a 470uf 25v capacitor with a 35v one due to availability. This is for a LCD monitor. Are they compatable?
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Yes, its safe, if working volt is 35 and capacity is 470uf, thats fine.

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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