Question about Toshiba 32AF45 32" TV
My tv had a power surge from lightning possibly through the cable connection. the fuse was not blown but i did find a blown capacitor-250v1uf near the heat sink. i did replace it with a new one and it still wont turn on. i do have 110v going to the small transformer and when you plug the tv in it sounds like it wants to power up because it will sound like when you turn it on, sounds like static. what should i look for next? thanks!
The power surges and lighting damages are ussually extensive,alot of times more than one component and more than one circuit gets damage,home owner insurance cover this damages but the insurance company does not repair the damaged unit they replace them because is not worth repairing.To troubleshoot you will need the squematic diagram to locate and correct the different circuits that might be involved ,be careful there are voltages that can hurt you if you are not too familiar and touch one by accident.
Posted on Nov 05, 2006
Q502, R541, D523 along with the cap you replaced should cure the problem...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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