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I turn the TV on and it turns off about 10 seconds later.


If this is for a Samsung LCD, then follow the below details. If it's not a Samsung, you may have the same/similar issue - but you would need to do a similar process with the manufacturer of your unit:

Got to Samsung's support site and fill out a request:
http://www.samsung.com/us/support/service/request

You will be contacted by your regional repair center. I'm located in Milwaukee, WI and was contacted by a repair center in Elgin, IL, which is 60 miles away.

The regional center said they think it probably is a electrolytic capacitor issues, as multiple models of Samsung LCD's have this issue. They have defective (too low voltage) capacitors which will eventually give out. Unfortunately he said my model was not on the list they have for a free fix. He gave me the number to Samsung's Executive Customer Relations department, which I then called immediately. The woman there checked and found that my model indeed was covered - she updated the Support Request, and instructed me to call back the regional repair center.

I called back the regional repair center (immediately after finsihing with the ECR) and got a different person on the phone, and gave them my ticket number from my original request. He said since ECR updated it stating my model was covered they would fix it for free. If it's not the capacitors that are causing the problem I will be charged a 150$ fee, plus any parts required to fix the TV. I agreed to that since my local TV repair quoted me 200$ to fix the capacitor issue alone.

Today is January 25th, they have me scheduled to have a repair tech come to my place January 7th to do the repair.

You can fix the capacitors yourself for very cheap, maybe 20-30 bucks if you don't have anything: soldering gun/solder/flux/capacitors/etc...

I'd just go through the service request path, get it fixed for free and have a professional do it. Total time for me was 2 minutes for the service request, 10 minutes on phone for regional repair center, 10 minutes for ECR, 5 minutes for regional again. The repair is expected to take 15 minutes - most likely they'll just swap out the entire power supply board rather than the individual capacitors. Basically 1 hour of time to save minimally 150-250 dollars. I bet not many people asking to fix this make 150 bucks an hour...pretty simple math I think.
-Ryan

Jan 25, 2011 | Televison & Video

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When u switch our samsung tv on it makes clicking noise for about 5/10 minutes before switching on but then its fine. can it be fixed?


Got to Samsung's support site and fill out a request:
http://www.samsung.com/us/support/service/request

You will be contacted by your regional repair center. I'm located in Milwaukee, WI and was contacted by a repair center in Elgin, IL, which is 60 miles away.

The regional center said they think it probably is a electrolytic capacitor issues, as multiple models of Samsung LCD's have this issue. They have defective (too low voltage) capacitors which will eventually give out. Unfortunately he said my model was not on the list they have for a free fix. He gave me the number to Samsung's Executive Customer Relations department, which I then called immediately. The woman there checked and found that my model indeed was covered - she updated the Support Request, and instructed me to call back the regional repair center.

I called back the regional repair center (immediately after finsihing with the ECR) and got a different person on the phone, and gave them my ticket number from my original request. He said since ECR updated it stating my model was covered they would fix it for free. If it's not the capacitors that are causing the problem I will be charged a 150$ fee, plus any parts required to fix the TV. I agreed to that since my local TV repair quoted me 200$ to fix the capacitor issue alone.

Today is January 25th, they have me scheduled to have a repair tech come to my place January 7th to do the repair.

You can fix the capacitors yourself for very cheap, maybe 20-30 bucks if you don't have anything: soldering gun/solder/flux/capacitors/etc...

I'd just go through the service request path, get it fixed for free and have a professional do it. Total time for me was 2 minutes for the service request, 10 minutes on phone for regional repair center, 10 minutes for ECR, 5 minutes for regional again. The repair is expected to take 15 minutes - most likely they'll just swap out the entire power supply board rather than the individual capacitors. Basically 1 hour of time to save minimally 150-250 dollars. I bet not many people asking to fix this make 150 bucks an hour...pretty simple math I think.
-Ryan

Jan 12, 2011 | Samsung Televison & Video

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When I turn on my Samsung LNT4669 it seems to make a clicking noise a few times, and goes on and off, on and off, a number of times (sometimes as long as 20 seconds) before finally turning on.


replace bad caps in power supply near connector going to main board (where the inputs are) or just replace power supply board p/n: bn44-00166c

Dec 16, 2010 | Samsung LNT4669 TV

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SAMSUNG LN52A550 is clicking and pix won't come on.


Got to Samsung's support site and fill out a request:
http://www.samsung.com/us/support/service/request

You will be contacted by your regional repair center. I'm located in Milwaukee, WI and was contacted by a repair center in Elgin, IL, which is 60 miles away.

The regional center said they think it probably is a electrolytic capacitor issues, as multiple models of Samsung LCD's have this issue. They have defective (too low voltage) capacitors which will eventually give out. Unfortunately he said my model was not on the list they have for a free fix. He gave me the number to Samsung's Executive Customer Relations department, which I then called immediately. The woman there checked and found that my model indeed was covered - she updated the Support Request, and instructed me to call back the regional repair center.

I called back the regional repair center (immediately after finsihing with the ECR) and got a different person on the phone, and gave them my ticket number from my original request. He said since ECR updated it stating my model was covered they would fix it for free. If it's not the capacitors that are causing the problem I will be charged a 150$ fee, plus any parts required to fix the TV. I agreed to that since my local TV repair quoted me 200$ to fix the capacitor issue alone.

Today is January 25th, they have me scheduled to have a repair tech come to my place January 7th to do the repair.

You can fix the capacitors yourself for very cheap, maybe 20-30 bucks if you don't have anything: soldering gun/solder/flux/capacitors/etc...

I'd just go through the service request path, get it fixed for free and have a professional do it. Total time for me was 2 minutes for the service request, 10 minutes on phone for regional repair center, 10 minutes for ECR, 5 minutes for regional again. The repair is expected to take 15 minutes - most likely they'll just swap out the entire power supply board rather than the individual capacitors. Basically 1 hour of time to save minimally 150-250 dollars. I bet not many people asking to fix this make 150 bucks an hour...pretty simple math I think.
-Ryan

Nov 14, 2010 | Samsung LN52A550 LCD TV

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How do you reset the service warning light on a Sportcity 250


Hi,
When the vehicle is started and right after the ignition check, if there are less than 300 km (200 mi) left
to the next Service, the specific icon flashes for 5 seconds. Once the service mileage has been reached,
the icon remains steadily until the Service is reset.
The warning light can be zero set even if the mileage is lower, up to 300 km (200 mi), compared with
the Service mileage. During the 300 km (200 mi) before the service warning light comes on, the light
flashes 5 times each time the key is set to ''ON''.
The light should turn on first at 1000 km (625 mi). Successive times are strictly at 10000 km (6215 mi)
20000 km (12430 mi), etc
RESET
Hold the MODE button down.
Turn the key to ''ON'' and wait 10 seconds.
During this operation the service icon flashes.
Good luck,
Alex
PS-Don't forget to vote me, thanks!

May 07, 2010 | 2007 Aprilia Sportcity 250

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Phone showa


that's what it means no service there is a main board issue cant fix it.

Apr 09, 2010 | Motorola Mobility TracFone® V170 Cellular...

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Samsung LNT4661FX/XAA 46 in. HDTV LCD Television - When tv is turned on it makes a clicking noise for about 15-16 clicks. When it finally comes on it has purple dots all over the screen. Unplug the tv for...


Got to Samsung's support site and fill out a request:
http://www.samsung.com/us/support/service/request

You will be contacted by your regional repair center. I'm located in Milwaukee, WI and was contacted by a repair center in Elgin, IL, which is 60 miles away.

The regional center said they think it probably is a electrolytic capacitor issues, as multiple models of Samsung LCD's have this issue. They have defective (too low voltage) capacitors which will eventually give out. Unfortunately he said my model was not on the list they have for a free fix. He gave me the number to Samsung's Executive Customer Relations department, which I then called immediately. The woman there checked and found that my model indeed was covered - she updated the Support Request, and instructed me to call back the regional repair center.

I called back the regional repair center (immediately after finsihing with the ECR) and got a different person on the phone, and gave them my ticket number from my original request. He said since ECR updated it stating my model was covered they would fix it for free. If it's not the capacitors that are causing the problem I will be charged a 150$ fee, plus any parts required to fix the TV. I agreed to that since my local TV repair quoted me 200$ to fix the capacitor issue alone.

Today is January 25th, they have me scheduled to have a repair tech come to my place January 7th to do the repair.

You can fix the capacitors yourself for very cheap, maybe 20-30 bucks if you don't have anything: soldering gun/solder/flux/capacitors/etc...

I'd just go through the service request path, get it fixed for free and have a professional do it. Total time for me was 2 minutes for the service request, 10 minutes on phone for regional repair center, 10 minutes for ECR, 5 minutes for regional again. The repair is expected to take 15 minutes - most likely they'll just swap out the entire power supply board rather than the individual capacitors. Basically 1 hour of time to save minimally 150-250 dollars. I bet not many people asking to fix this make 150 bucks an hour...pretty simple math I think.
-Ryan

Jan 03, 2010 | Samsung LN-T4661F 46 in. LCD HDTV

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