My samsung syncmaster 931c has bulged capacitors on the power inverter. These capacitors apparently throw a charge to light up the lamp (not LEDS! a LAMP!) from dark to full. I know its a problem because when i turn my monitor on fresh from a nights rest the screen gets very distorted a loud sqeal comes out then the light goes dark. There is picture though, i can see it with a flashlight... Waiting a bit then turning it on again will resume normal operation, and the lamp starts to charge up fine. The bulged capacitors are a 470uf and two 820uf's rated at 25volts. I never really understood how capacitor voltage rating worked so my question is;
I can replace the 470uf with an exact copy, but the only spare 820's i have are rated at 6.5volt and 200volt (from a power supply lol). Placement of the capacitors and the soldering work i can handle so size or density wont matter but...
Can i stick a 820uf 200v or 820uf 6.5v capacitor to replace a 820uf 25v? Does it have to be exacly the same voltage rating? can i go crazy with the 200v capacitor? Does it have to be exacly 820uf? Trying to make due with what i have, i can buy replacement capacitors but i do not have the time to wait for shipping!
Monitor is 4 years old with heavy use.
Thanks in advance!