Question about LG 32LG30 32 in. LCD HDTV
The fact that it comes on at all is a good sign.
Due to how long you've had it, my first suspicion is to check the capacitor in the power supply of the set. Over time, the capacitors will dry out. You'll need to remove the back and look at the power supply for bulging capacitors.
If you haven't had much experience with electronics before, here's a few tips.
Always have the power cord unplugged before opening up a TV...
The power supply is the first board that is connected to the power cord. The capacitors on the power supply board look like miniature soup cans and the tops of them should be perfectly flat. Some capacitors have a small x on the top, this is to allow expansion as the capacitor fails. Look at the top of the capacitors to see if you can see bulges in the top, those would be the first ones to suspect are bad.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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