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Philips lcd tv doesn't turn on no power at all

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    Heard a click, and now no standby power and won't turn on

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I replaced 3 capacitors on the powerboard. They were listed as 16v/1000uf and all 3 had popped(the tops raise up). I learned on another forum that replacing these capacitors to 24v/1000uf would fix the problem and...it did. My LCD works fine now.

Supposedly all the powerboards were sub-contracted out to another company. To verify exactly which capacitors to change I looked up pics of the powereboard on E-Bay and was not surprised which ones had been changed. It cost me $5 to fix my LCD TV.

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