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Turns on for 5 seconds

Unit is a samsng 193v and it powers on for 5 seconds and then turns off and if you repeat the same happens. What should I look for as I have the unit all apart and cannot measure any voltage change with a meter.
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Hi...there,
You should look for any bulging on top of each capacitors. To test with a meter, I recommended you get a Blue-ESR/Low Ohms Meter by Anna Tek A good way to test a capacitors.

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