Question about Akai LCT2715 27 in. LCD Television
Hi, When I turn my Akai LCT2715 TV on power indicator blinks red briefly and then turns off. No sign of life. I replaced all power board caps...still no dice. Any ideas ....switch transformer, transistors, etc? I poked around w/ a multimeter - everything downstream (I have no diagram) of transformers has no conductivity to main power in. How do I test for a bad transformer? Thanks in advance. Peter
I have a different thread going, but saw yours and had a question. Is your light blinking steady and then off? or is it a blinking erraticly or even flickering? My bad caps (15 of them) were all on the secondary side of the PSU. I have been told (thanks to Jaimie Hernandez) if you have a steady blinking, then it is very likely that you have a bad zener diode Z3(27v/1Watt) shorted in the primary side of the power board. If that diode is shorted, it's very likely that 2 10 ohms resistors might be open, these resistors are connected to the cathode of Z3. Also check for bad caps on the Primary side.
I had a huge incentive to fix the TV, it is my wife's TV and she has been in my Man Cave since it died. How about that incentive.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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