Question about Televison & Video
Is there any replacement that i can use for this capacitor 120mf/200v?
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You can use anything from 100 to 150 uF (mf, or mfd) in over 98% of the applications. Most of these caps have a 20% tollerance in their uF value. If this cap is being used as a power supply filter cap, or a bypass cap, the value will not be critical.
As long as the voltage is greater than the required amount it is acceptable. A poplular value would be 100 uF / 250 V. I rarely see 120 uF caps in equipment.
A higher voltage cap will be physicaly larger. This can become a space issue when installing the replacement.
With the new cap, make sure that the polarity is corrent when doing the installation.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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