Can i use different capacitance values of capacitors for a voltage multiplier?

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ARJOON (author) 6 years ago
it worked well. after raplacing a failed capacitor.
ARJOON (author) 6 years ago
i removed the candle wax and dipped it in the oil found in sewing machine
ARJOON (author) 6 years ago
i insulated it with candle wax. but it does not work anymore
rickharris6 years ago
Yes - Without knowing exactly what your wanting to do that's as close as I can get. Watch the max voltage ratings though.
ARJOON (author)  rickharris6 years ago
i just ran out on a problem. while playing with it i accidently arc it to a diode in the multiplier i don't know which diode on the circuit but now makes arc less than 1mm what should i do now. it was making 20-30mm of sparks now it totally down
ARJOON (author)  rickharris6 years ago
don't worry all caps are rated 4-5KV
ARJOON (author)  rickharris6 years ago
to just to make a tazer
rickharris6 years ago
Probably, the capacitors simply stop charging when full.