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Using a higher voltage cap

Would it damage the tv set to replace caps in my ws-65513 with 35v instead of 16v?

thanks Do you have any diagrams of the board to be repaired so we can locate caps

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The 35v will be better to use instead of 16v as long as the diameter it does not affect the spacing between components.

Could gives us more info about the kind of repair you're trying to do?

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  • Jaime Hernandez Jul 19, 2008

    The capacitance has to be the same but the voltage anything bigger then 16v will do just fine.

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It will be unstabvle if you will be using the 35v so I recommend you to get a 16v instead to make everything work.

Hope that helps.......

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