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Replaced the Capacitors, Still have a Power Issue

After reviewing a few other solutions on this site I replaced three capacitors on the Flyback PCB of my RCA D52W17. I replaced cp150, cp114, and cp120. Two of which were obviously blown. The television powers up normally runs for 5 to 15 minutes and powers itself down again. I am looking for any other possible solutions. Please help.

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Resolder all the pinns on Flyback transfomer.

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