Question about Philips HTS3400/37 System
I have the blinking light issue mentioned a few times here. I have been trying to troubleshoot it. I have found one bad capacitor (C985) And found that no voltage on lead 12 of IC952. I called Philips to try and get a service manual but they will only charge me to replace the system. How frustrating. I can easily get the parts I need if I can figure out where the problem(s) are found. Have any experience with this problem or know where I can get a schematic of the power supply board? ANY help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
SOURCE: 470uF capacitors
The 470uF/25V Caps are in the middle of the PCB alongside of the slab-looking aluminum heatsink. You should be able to see that the tops are popped up and the glue around them is brown from overheating.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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