I have an amplifier that has low output primarily to line voltage that drops to under 100 volts under load. I received this comment of advice/explanation whose name I withhold. It does not seem accurate to me. Your opinion. "I looked up the 8 caps in the hv power supply for the cliperton l. They should have a rating of 100pf at 500 volts.. These caps act as a filter/voltage stabilizer for the power. When the amp is powered on they will create a 4000 volt reservoir for the amp to pull from. When the amp is under load on ssb and the peak power RF output is 1kw..your voltage gets pulled through these caps. If you drop the capacity to 400 volts per cap at 100pf then the reservoir drops to only 3200 volts to pull from. It will not blow up the caps...you will have a very weak RF amp . That is why I said check the ratings on the replacement caps.. to make sure they were correct. You indicated you have lower power output than you should"