Actually, we've found around here that recapping a desk with caps of the same value but double the voltage [like using 100v caps instead of 50v caps] does give the creature a measure more "balls"... and that electrolytic capacitors really only have a viable life span of 5 years [7 at the outside] in the 85°C version and 7 [to 10 at the outside] with the 105°C version [which are usually only about 1/3rd more expensive than the 85°C version].
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