^ Like he said above the capacitor is blow... If you still have it under warranty I would return it for a replacement.
Basically what a capacitor does is it starts off with full current but it slowly charges up voltage so what i'm guessing what happened is you had too much voltage going through your t.v and it fired it..
but best bet is returning where you bought if warranty is still intact.
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hello if you can use a soldering iron you shouldn't have any problems but you will need to test the resistor in front of the ic and the capacitors at either end of the ic ! the ic usually located to the right hand side of the tv behind the tuner board connected to metal frame called a heatsink 2 big black chip good luck
You could have a bad color wheel or there is a Factory Service Bulletin from Toshiba that says:
Remove the MVUP14 Hyper Module from the TV chassis, remove
the top shield and replace the 10uf, 16v capacitors using Part Number
24619040 as shown in Figure 1. It’s recommended that all of the
capacitors identified in Figure 1 be replaced. (Note: These capacitors are
low impedance surface mounted aluminum electrolytic capacitors. Care
should be taken to avoid damaging the PCB while replacing these
capacitors.) You should call a good TV Tech to do this repair.
STK392-110 's = replace with Toshiba or Sanyo quality only..
What was the location & value of the resistor ?
An IC, if shorted internally,can prevent the tv from powering up..
Re-check soldered in 5 amp micro fuses F850,851,852,etc
Fix it ! ..............................T.
something is not in tolerance in the deflection circuits if it is an up and down tremble its vertical deflection related and if its shakey from side to side its horizontal deflection. You will most likely need a skilled tech for this type of repair.
You can get a service manual by going to this link and entering your model number. http://www.servicemanuals.net/
You should check the horizontal output transistor and low voltage regulators first. Unless you have some experience in basic troubleshooting, you should be warned that you can still get shocked even after the television is unplugged.
It is a good possibility you damaged something on that PCB that had the IC's, I like to use an upgraded chip the STK394-160e that is designed for HD signal stresses. I dont know why they ordered the convergence board but I suspect it would have been ok, there are also 2 jumpers that need soldering JW10 and JW50 that supply power to the chips and they REQUIRE resoldering or it will fail again. Might try reseating the RED CRT board, check for cables that you may have unhooked to see if they are not seated in their sockets properly, double check every wire you unhooked, Make sure you used a Silicone Heatsink Compound on to the back of the IC's. I dont know what all you unhooked, but check the wires going between the CRT Boards. Check for cracks in the boards to make sure they werent flexed to much. Good Luck.