Condensers, commonly referred to as capacitors are crucial parts of electronic circuitry. Without crucial elements like resistors, inductors, diodes, transistors, etc., a circuit’s design is lacking or will not operate as intended. Capacitors’ main job is to store electrostatic energy in an electric field and release it when the circuit needs it. To prevent a dangerous circuit failure, they let the AC through but stop the flow of DC. A faulty capacitor can cause several issues. A circuit using a defective capacitor fails to stabilize the high voltages, which might negatively impact a system and shorten its projected lifespan. Not all capacitors are constructed from the same components should be noted. Therefore, the rating might significantly impact how the circuit functions by employing a capacitor of low quality or with a faulty capacitor.