uF difference interchange capacitor question
I got a microwave, Sharp R21LCF with a bad capacitor. A friend of mine used to have the same Sharp microwave, but older model, R21JCA. When his R21JCA broken and could not be repaired; he took out the parts that still work and save them. So he has a spare capacitor.
I compare both capacitors and found his good capacitor has a 2400VAC with .94 uF comparing to my bad capacitor, which has 2300 VAC with 1.00 uF. I understand that you can replace the capacitor with a higher voltage rating, but not sure if .6 uF difference would be ok for replacement?
May i ask for your expertise opinion/input? Thank you very much for yr time!
attached are the two links for those capacitor I am asking about.
Bad capacitor from R21LCF
Good capacitor that we want to use from R21JCA