Modern Equivalent Capacitors

This is all relatively new to me, so please bear with me. I have begun learning more about electronic components and such in the last few years. Recently I acquired an old computer and have been warned about faulty “RIFA” caps in the power supply. So, I found them and removed them. I am however out of my league in trying to find proper replacements. I’ve not yet dealt with any type of safety cap and I’m not fully sure I understand the X/Y ratings. Attached are photos of the two values of capacitor that I am trying to replace. Any and all help is greatly appreciated.


Welcome to the forum.

Here’s a search that returns all the 0.22uF, 275V, X2 rated capacitors. These should all work just fine electrically. You should choose a part that most closely matches the pin spacing and body size of the original part.