I have an electronic device that I have had for a good few years meaning that it's no longer in warranty. Recently it has developed a fault where the device will turn itself off when more power is being used. After looking online, I found that the cause was more likely a failing capicitor.
My question is what exactly do I look at when replacing a capacitor? When looking at the spec sheet of the original capicitor (https://www.maxcap.com.my/ht.html ) there are plenty of options. (The one I need to replace is rated 35V @ 47µF)
Would I be right to assume that I need to try and match it like for like? E.g, same voltage, working temprature, load life, capacitance?
I can't seem to find the original capacitor being sold online on RS Components or Farnell. I'd appreciate any advice on which capacitor(s) I can use to replace it and why (if it's not like for like).