Voltage on a capacitor tells you how much it can deal with. The engineers who selected that capacitor chose a particular voltage. While is is possible that sometimes it reflects excess caution or parts availability, it is not a good idea to choose a lower voltage rating than you find in the absence of other information.Thanks for responding. The motor run capacitor (white one) has to values for volts. DC and AC. Does that have to be similar?
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