I am replacing the capacitors on an Apple iigs power supply. The model number is 699-0126.
I found something peculiar.
I am fiddling around with two of these power supplies.
All of the radial electrolytic capacitors on these have the same value except 1!
One has a capacitor with a value of 300μF 200V.
And on the other power supply has in the same location a capacitor with a value of 330μF 200V!
I could only find one place online that has a capacitor that has the value that can be used as a replacement (300μF 220V). This capacitor is very hard to find.
But I can easily get a capacitor with a value of 330μF 200v. I even think I can find one locally.
I would rather not have to deal with some place online that I have never heard of before.
Would it be okay if I were to replace the 300μF 200V capacitor with a 330μF 200V capacitor?
This capacitor is the largest one inside the power supply. I think it's capacitor C4 bit I am not sure.
What do you guys think?