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Power is on but thie pictur went black and the sound quit but the power light is still on

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  • moss17 Sep 25, 2009

    where can I find the capaciter in the tv and where would I get a new one from?

  • moss17 Sep 25, 2009

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This is a common problem with the IC's or STK's depending on your tv type. The capacitors in these units tend to overheat, swell, and eventually wear out and need to be replaced. You can get a manual, a capacitor tester, and a soldering iron to replace or have done for $250

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