22 uf capacitor but what voltage?

dah55

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I have a capacitor that blew. It was a 226 10+ radial tantalum cap or 22uf with 10% variance. What I don't know is whether or not it is a 25 or 35 volt. The system it is in is fed from a 24 VAC transformer but voltages get to 27 VAC or so. Will a 25 VAC Cap do the job or should I use a 35 VAC Cap? How does the voltage affect the operation or job of the cap?
 

dah55

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No. All it has is: "226" and directly beneath it "10+". Someone suggested that the 10+ may be the voltage and not the variance of the cap. Thoughts?
 

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