Question about Televison & Video
I've searched around and most say something is wrong with the Y Main or the Buffer. I opened the TV and I found 2 blown caps on the Power Supply Board. So, I'm wondering if that is the issue and not the Y Main like everyone is saying. I would appreciate the help, thanks!
If the caps you are talking are numbers C8059 & 8060 rated at 3300uF @ 10v then yes that can be the problem. You can use a higher voltage rating( 16v,20v,) but DO NOT change the micro farad (uF) rating. You can do a search for the caps but www.mcmelectronics.com has alot of parts. Go to service parts and components in thier website and then search under capacitors.
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