I have had the issues where it takes forever to turn on and off, which is indeed the Power Supply unit. I know some of you guys have some good connections to get the capacitors needed in repairing the PSU on that board. I am looking for someone to fix this for me and an estimate on what it may cost. I will ship the board to whomever, and whatever parts are needed I can buy separate as well. Let me know.
Grantthomas@gmail.com My LTV-2701 was giving to me by my father because, it took forever to turn on. It took about an hour or so. I removed the main power board,currently waiting on two transistor in which i will replace.I hop this wiil fix my problem. email@example.com if anyone know who has a complete reman or new board please email me. THANKS.
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Astar LCD tv are famous using cheap capacitors in their power supply board as componnents,these capacitors are leaking gases,they bulges up,puff up.That why one ur tv is dead.The other tv is unstables changing channel on it own.U know basic electronics,and soldering?Take both of ur tv aparts.Searches all around the power supply board.Look for these bulges up,puff up capacitors,replaced these capacitors.Both ur tvs will work normal again.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy two whole refurbish power supply boards to replaced each one of ur tv.
No,modern electronics,like the LCD tv produce alot of heat to is circuits boards.It alway damages capaitors to cause it to have it electrolites gases leakages,these capacitors usally alway cause the problems to these capacitors in the power supply board.U know how to solders?Have basic electronics skill check the power supply board for capacitors that bulges up,or puff it up.Replaced these bulges up or puff up the power supply will get ur power back.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
I can help you test your power suppy for the Astar LTV-32ASB and try to repair it. But if you know the defective power for sure then I know where to get this original Astar power board. I worked in Astar Company as an electronics technician before till they are clossing down and I know all model of the Astar TV.
Please call me 323-767-6030 I will go through the trouble shotting, with you.
If you are experiencing power up issues then more likely your power supply is causing it and it will need to be replace or repair and since Astar no longer manufactured the power supplies assemblies, it will need to be repair.
Let me know if you require further assistance.
I just finished replacing all 25 or so of the electrolytic capacitors on the power supply board of an LTV 2701 AStar TV. When I got done, the tv came back to life and WORKS GREAT. Every last electrolytic was either leaking onto the board or puffed up or both. The main problem is that Astar designed the case so that no air can circulate over the board and the capacitors bake after a couple of years. If you don't do somethig to let the air circulate, you will be replacing them again in 2 more years. The board is pretty sturdy however and its fairly easy to replace them all with some copper desoldering braid and a 125 watt soldering gun. Just be sure to keep the polarities right on the electrolytics and make sure that they are the 105C variety. Good luck and remember to add some fans and cut some extra holes in the cage.