Question about Televison & Video
Have taken off the back of the tv. all capacitors look good. could it be the mother board? any help would be appreciated, thanks, steve.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2014
Testimonial: "to The Knight: thanks for the info. have been surfing the bloodspot site. huge amount of info. no luck yet, but still at it. thanks again, will keep you posted, steve."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My screen is black, why do I not have a picture?
Answer Antenna is not hooked up to television.
Blank screen when connecting to the accessory (DVD, STB, PC) device via HDMI to HDMI.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
its usually the 2200 microfarad cap on the power board that stops working. its really easy to replace and its only a 5 dollar repair part. use a 2200 mF cap rated around 25 volts instead of the usual 10 volts. samsung is famous for bad caps. if the cap feels buldged than this is the problem
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
take the back off the tv follow the power cord it will connect to an electrical board. Look at the board carefully you will find a few capacitors look at the top of the caps they should all appear flat if you see any that are bulged or expanded then more then likely that is your problem. I just had the exact same problem with my 50 inch plasma and I fixed it. I removed the back of the tv located two swollen caps unsolder them from the board tested them with a meter and confirmed that the larger 50volt 1500 uf 105deg was indeed burnt and the smaller swollen one 35v 1500uf was still good but changed it anyhow just because it looked like it didnt have much life left.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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