Question about Televison & Video
It's possiable the powerboard is just not filling those cap's to capacity, this would explain why the green light does not come on, also what can be possiable is a relay in the power board that is not passing the 110v. I am uncertain of cause.. However 5days would drain the capictors to a point where the refilling process failed. I am just wondering if it got could in the structure? IF so how cold. Eletronics only can handle a certain temp.
I would say power board.
Posted on Feb 13, 2012
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Jeramie 36 solutionsMar 23, 2011
Replace capacitors c520 and c126 to get your power working again.
Also make sure that you don't have a broken green 3 inch jumper wire broke that lies under the heat shield in the top right corner. The wire should be glued to the board for stability. It sometimes breaks loose and will cause the TV screen to stay off.
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