Question about Samsung Televison & Video
I was wondering if anyone can help me, i have a samsung LE32A4566C2D flat screen tv, and recently there was a power surge in my area and ever since it wont work, it wont turn on, not even the power light comes on, i have had a quick research and a common problem with these tvs is the capacitors swell and fail, i have had a look and none of them seem to have gone, so i was thinking maybe it could be the internal fuse which is a T6.3H 250V so i have ordered one of them , i have also obviousley tried new fuse in the plug etc and a different power lead, any help would be great as to what else it could be
There is a chance the power supply is fried. However, I've seen some Samsung power supplies that have fusible resistors in the power supply for added protection. So your main fuse could be ok, but there could be an additional fusible resistor in the board as well. Also be aware, depending on where the surge entered the TV, you could also have a defective main board. Not trying to rain on your parade, but surge damage can sometimes be severe.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When the TV is on, need to check the back light is on(go back side & look into through)
If the back light is on -- need to exchange the Main Board
no back light -- exchange the Power Board --- 95%
exchange the LCD panel --- 5%(inverter)
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: No longer turns on
It's well worth replacing the capacitors, but this problem can be caused by a short on the power supply (Which is what the caps do). Most shorts that arise in power supplies are result of a shot transistor or diode and of course the electro caps. Check these while your changing the caps.
Good luck with it.
Posted on May 25, 2009
open it up / there should be a glass fuse replace it/ull find it were the mains lead goes on the board/also try new lead just incase
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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