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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My son was playing his wii on our 40" Seiki SE421TT when he heard a popping noise which blanked the screen. There is no picture and no sound although the blue power light works. Do you have any sugges
A popping noise is generally consistent with a capacitor exploding. This is common on power supplies since manufacturers tend to use the lowest value, lowest quality capacitors they can find on these units. A blown capacitor is easy to spot, and you may see others that have swelled and are ready to burst as well. Replacement of these with better quality capacitors often restores operation. Some skill at soldering is required. If you are not familiar with electronic repair procedures, it is advisable to get someone who know how to do it for you.
Posted on Dec 25, 2014
Testimonial: "Would replacing the Power Supply unit suffice? Would you say the T-Con Board and Main Board were not affected?"
check battery, check fuses, check cabling, also where the cabling is fastened. Check if all connections are good. just to name a few of the thousands possibilities.
Posted on Mar 16, 2015
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