Question about Televison & Video
When left in standby the tv turns itself on, you are able to turn it off again but it's annoying when it early hours of the morning
If its programmed it will always try at the exact same time, other than that cover on the front of the set the remote receiver---a lens to see if some light is triggering it on, Had one customer where a odd colored streetlight which came on on off was turning his set on.
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: samsung lcd tv power problem
Check the solution by billn352: $7 Fix! It Rocks!
billn352 even has the cost of the replacement capacitors correct! Thanks guy!
When my Samsung quit six months ago, the three solutions posted on FixYa were (1) Pay $300+ parts and $200+ labor to have it fixed, (2) Do #1 then rag Samsung until they repay you for the defective circuit board and (3) Get another TV and avoid getting stuck eith yet another defective circuit board. I chose to buy a 47" Phillips at Wal-Mart. I don't feel like paying big bucks every 18 months to keep the Samsung alive. I put the Samsung in the closet and took my lumps.
This month I revisited the solutions on FixYa and found the post by billn352! A $7 FIX and it Works!.
I pulled the Samsung out of the closet, laid it on a padded table, removed the plastic back (lotsa screws!), located the capacitors and removed the circuit board (more screws). The four capacitors are easy to locate. At least three of mine had black **** oozing out of the top of the cans. I ran down to the strip shopping center and got the four replacements at Radio Shack--under $7 with tax.
The capacitors are polarized (they have a positive and a negative lead) and I have a buddy who loves to solder and drink beer. So I asked him to do the hot stuff, assisted by a copy of the billn352 post to further identify the capacitors by component number and a six-pack of Miller Lite. Yes, the replacement capacitors are larger than the originals and Yes they fit nicely! So easy that a "drunk redneck" can do it!
I also checked the current prices for this model Samsung on the Internet. On one list, a new unit was offered for less than $400. Most I found were in the $500-$900 range. Give it another year and what do you think these sets will be worth! A $7 fix is worth doing: Maybe a $400 fix is not.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: Acoustic Solutions TV Fault
I think you are looking at a power board problem. I had the same thing happen to a Vizio and I replaced the power board and it solved the problem. It could also be the input board but most likely the power board.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
its usually the 2200 microfarad cap on the power board that stops working. its really easy to replace and its only a 5 dollar repair part. use a 2200 mF cap rated around 25 volts instead of the usual 10 volts. samsung is famous for bad caps. if the cap feels buldged than this is the problem
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
SOURCE: Hisense tv turns on and off
The unit has a fault on its power board and sustain board.
It turns off because the sensor is preventing some component from bacoming overheated and catching fire or damaging further components. Seel professional repair.
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Posted on May 13, 2010
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