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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: polaroid television dead
I fixed my dead FLM-2632 by replacing the large black 150uf 450 volt power supply capacitor. I used a $4.09 Digi-key PN P14080-ND 420 volt 150UF Cap since I only power the TV on 110 vac. ( http://digikey.com. )The Rubycon 450 volt 150 uf Cap is no longer manufactured because it has poor life in a high ripple current switching power suppy application like used in many TVs. If you are not experienced in soldering, don't attrmpt this repair on your own. You have to cut the leads on the old Cap before you can carefully pry the old cap loose from the RTV. Use solder wick to clean the terminals before installing the new Cap. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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