Now, I know that people used replacement capacitors which has a Capacity of 22nF, 250V ac and 630V dc +/-5%
The Capacitor was labeled C515 on the board it is soldered on.
I was wondering how flexible those values are. Does it have to be 22nF and those exact voltages? People have been using overspeced ones but I'm kinda scared it will destroy even more.
I mean, best-case would be that some of you know the exact capacitor, but why not use one that is a bit different, if it works just as well?
How different can it be? I feel like the capacity has to be the same, but the voltage can be higher. Is there a limit to that though, where there is too little flow?