Question about Flat Panel Televisions
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Posted on Jun 21, 2009
I had the same problem. If you are a bit electronically inclined, open the back, remove the large silver cover in the center. This is where the power cord plugs in. Remove the circuit board you see there, and look closely at the large capacitors. There should be a clump of three and a single one alone. They will be numbered: 2074 and 2081. If the silver caps on the tops are bulged, get a 35w soldering pencil, heat them up just enough to pull them out and replace them. Replace the 2200uf 35 volt with the same, and replace the 1200uf 25v with a 35v. Try to get them rated at 105 degree celcius. These caps are very cheap at Radio shack, or at any major electronics store. We have a frys here in Vegas, so I got everything there. My next project is to replace the caps on my graphics card. Good luck to you.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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