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In the operation of capacitors, if there is an occasional "crackling" discharge sound inside the capacitor, this is due to the sound produced when the dielectric breaks down and self-heals after the capacitor is impacted by the power grid. This situation will not affect the normal use of the capacitor. If such sounds occur frequently or continuously, the power grid may need to be detected as a result of frequent operating overvoltages or more severe higher harmonics; if improvements cannot be made to the power grid, a capacitor with a higher tolerance capacity will need to be replaced. To extend the service life of the capacitor.