Question about Televison & Video
NO. The capacitance must be the same. The voltage can be higher but never lower.
So you will need a capacitor of 680uf 50v. A capacitor with a higher voltage rating will work. They just cost more.
So for the power supply;
> Use ones with the Low Equivalent Series Resistance ESR rating
> Use ones with the same farad rating
> Use ones with the same or higher voltage rating
> Use ones with high temperature rating
Give this information to your parts supplier and they will get the right part.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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