Hey guys, I'm about to replace a pair of snubber capacitors for the horizontal output transistor of a computer monitor. The original are 0.004 uf 1600 volt mylars, you know, those orange colored ones whose outer skin is made of what looks like a tough plastic. But all I can get of the same value are ceramic disks with a better voltage rating of 2 kv. I don't see any reason why I can't use the latter. Am I right?