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I popped a 100uf 16v cap in the c5 spot on my amp...what would cause this and could i replace it with a 100uf 35v?

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You might want to check all of your transistors to make sure they are good. replacing a 16v with 35v is no problem. it is fine to replace smaller voltage with larger voltage, but not the other way around.

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