Question about Televison & Video
Check the electrolytic capacitors near this IC.. one or more of them may have either shorted or it's value may have changed signifcantly. Happens on olders sets .. they dry up due to heat if they are near a heat source like an transistor or IC mounted on a heat sync. Please give me the make and model of the TV.. there may be some known issues that I can look up for you. Also I need to know if the problem happend slowly or all of a sudden, hows the sound etc... give me as much information as you can.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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