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What does it mean when my television keep defaulting to the stand by mode what does it mean when my television keeps switching to the stand by mode

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the symptom is usually caused by a breakdown in the power supply circuit. in most modern receivers (transistorized and/or ic), it may also be caused by a breakdown in the horizontal deflection circuits (hor. oscillator, pre-drive, or drive circuits). supply voltages for the tuner, vif,sif, and vertical output are usually supplied by the horizontal output circuit. but if you doesnt know anything about these stuffs, better bring it to a qualified service tecnhician

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SOURCE: my lg television switches back to stand by mode an have no pictur

Have the power supply checked for buldging capacitors on the power supplu, if you take off the back of the unit look near the power connector the goes from the Power supply to the main control board, you will find two capacitors that are starting to puff on their tops. The rating on the caps are 1000uf caps rated at 10 volts replace with 1000uf 16 volts caps instead.

Posted on Mar 03, 2010

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