I'm thinking of replacing the 25uF 25V electrolytic cathode cap on my 5e3 output tubes with a 100V 25uF non polarised cap. Its physical dimensions are bigger than the cap it will replace, but it should still fit. The reason: my Cathode voltage is currently around 24V, close to the 25V rating. Plus, for brief periods during initial testing, this 25V electrolytic was exposed to around 40V, i.e. 15V over its rating, and may have been compromised. That said, the amp works fine. Will there be any issues using the non polarised cap here? I like the 100V rating, but there may be other factors I'm not aware of.