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RCA D52W19 Flat Screen TV capacitor 2200/16 needs replacing. But I can only find 2200/10. Think this is good enough or should I go higher in voltage like 25 or higher?

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  • Vincent Oct 18, 2010

    Happily enough I did find the capacitor that I needed but rated 85 C rather than 105 C as the original stated. Gave it a shot and TV is up and running now. Kind of concerned about the lower rated degrees in the new 2200/25 one though?

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The common practice is never go down in voltage rating. as a technician i would defintly not go down to 10 volt i suggest you go up 25 would be ok if you can get it to fit

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  • Vincent Oct 16, 2010

    Thank you. I needed that confirmation. Now the dreadful task of finding the needed capacitor.

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