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Lg426100 no power

Hi i have this tv and it is no powe in it.. i dont know what kind can be the problem? cord ?Fuse? or where to search for the problem

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    John Selph Apr 14, 2014

    I had a 42" LG that took a progressively longer time to come on until one day when I quit trying after 1 hour. Research indicated that it was a problem with capacitors. Found an online company, IIRC it was thecapking.com, who sold a replacement set of capacitors for under $20. Opened up the TV and found two boards; one logic and one power supply. Removed the power supply board and replaced the capacitors with the ones in the kit. TV is still working perfectly two years after repair. Warning, replacing the components requires soldering ability and the caps have to be installed correctly with proper polarity. Also, the power supply board deals with line level voltages and capacitors maintain an electrical charge even when the device is unplugged, so if you are not experienced working these devices, I recommend that you find someone who is and pay them to replace the caps.

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It's an SMPS [Power supply regulator] board problem itself. Contact any service technician. In most cases, this board might have to be replaced as card basis. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" will make surf easy. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience.
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