Question about ViewSonic N3251w 32 in. LCD HDTV
It's most likely a capacitor. Open up your television, and look at your power circuit board. Look to see if any of the capacitors are blown.(the will be bulging look up an image of a blown capacitor to get a better image if not known already. Mine was (CS19, CS21, CS22, CS23) Also on (C672) from the Circuit Board.Can you look at the voltages of these for me? I'm missing the capacitors.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
By no power, I take it that there are no indications of anything live - no little LED lights, no sound, etc. And I am assuming the unit gets its power from a power cord direct to the wall outlet (no power strips, AC adapters, etc.) The only things you can check for yourself are the cord and fuse (if there even is one accessible). Is the cord modular, i.e., the kind that plugs into the back of the set? If so, swap with another (from your computer?). Of course, you have checked to make sure you have power at the wall outlet, right?
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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