Besides playing with AVR microcontrollers, I collect vintage computers. I have acquired an Atari 1040STF, and I believe the caps on the power board need to be replaced. Some of them show signs of bulging. The biggest cap (in size) and in value is 220uF of 200V. The diameter is nearly the diameter of a US quarter. Given that this cap is 30 years old, I have found new electrolytic cap in modern time of the same rating (200uF and 200V) but much smaller. I am wondering if that is OK, as long as the ratings matches. Are there other things I need to match, besides the ratings (uF and voltage)?
Also, there are two caps of 1000uF each but with different voltages, 10V and 16V. Can I use 1000uF 16V to replace the 1000uF and 10V one? Should be fine, no? Even better to have a 16V rating.