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How do I replace all 21 Capacitors?

It seems i have the same problems as every one else. My TV must warm up and then no more horizontal lines. I can not afford the repair, so how or were can I find out how to replace these 21 capacitors?

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Our three year ol Samsung TV has dark horizontal lines across the top of bottom of the screen. It is getting worse

Welcome to fixYa!

When you see lines like these across your LCD, it indicates a problem with your monitor's electrolytic capacitors.A faulty filter capacitor in the power supply board (SMPS board) can cause horizontal lines across your monitor screen.Horizontal screen lines are one of the most visible problems I see in LCD monitors & TV's that are 3-7 years old. It can happen as much from heat, humidity & less-than-ideal operating conditions, as it can from fluctuating current supply or manufacturing defects.

The way to repair horizontal screen lines is by removing the capacitors from the printed circuit board (PCB) and testing them with a LCR meter.

If it shows zero, there's your confirmation that the specific capacitor needs to be replaced.

now if you can replace them your welcome but i wont suggest that , cause you may break it more....!

any ways do comment if it helped you in any manner!

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Shaky picture once warms uphorizontal lines stream through it continuisly

there are some capacitors on the signal board that are associated with the pwer supply regulators off the 5 volt and other sources there that need to be replaced

if you have the tools and know how and soldering station you can do the repair your self if not then you might want to contact a servicer in your area
i can get you the cap location numbers if you like

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sounds like you might have the hypermodule capacitor problem. there is a cuircit board in this set that has 11 very very small capacitors that go bad this is charistic of wavey lines that go away after warming up. and eventally not going away. we repair about 2 of these a month at our shop. we would loved to just replace the board but this board is not availble we cant find it. so we very carefully resolder these caps. with magnifers and twezzers. so i dont recomend anybody attempt this except experience technician., you can easly damage this board and once damaged u cant find the board.

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Blue screen with flickering horizontal lines

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Horizontal lines and screen bounce

These sets have capacitors that will go bad, but without a good ERS meater that tests these in curcuit you could be spending a lot of time doing nothing, But the most common is to find the 9 volt reg on the signal board and change all within a 2 inches of that regulator

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White horizontal lines on screen

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Had horizontal Lines replaced now have error 21 xray circuit

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Picture has horizontal lines that move to middle of screen........

Just got this fixed. The problem is the 21 (yes, 21) main capacitors. It'll only get worse if they aren't replaced. The whole screen'll start jumping, multi-hour "warm up" times until you get a clear picture, maybe not even then... it isn't pretty. Just nip it in the bud now, and more power to you if you tackle it yourself. A good repair shop ought to be able to do this for under $400 if you can't.

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VS-45607 Mitsubishi rear projection TV

Oh good, two people. I was getting weary of attempting to slightly change my answer for all the other people who didn't use the "has the same problem" feature. Anyway, the problem both of you have is not too far gone yet, but will get worse if you let it. It's the main capacitors. Maybe not all 21, but probably at least half of the 21 main caps are shot. All should be replaced at any rate. Any shop worth it's salt ought to be able to do this for you for under $400 if you can't do this yourself.

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