Question about Samsung HC-P4752W 47" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
Blips on. Turns on, hear the samsung turn on chime, shuts itself off. Wont stay on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samsung HL-S5679W
Just got mine fixed, it was an undersized Capacitor that needs to be replaced, call Samsung get local repair to come out replace and it took less than an hour for repair to be complete, working perfect every time now, some had to have two caps replaced
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
I am amzaed you have had it for 3 years, this usually occurs about 18 months from purchase. Samsung, however are good to deal with than most.
Stop turning it on in the hope it will self reapair. It is more likely to self combust! The capacitors on the sustain boards have died, expanded and possibly split.
This is generally as a result oif poor components ( made in korea or china) being used to keep the price down. However the life expectancy is compromised.
This is not a DIY repair ( many have tried this option only to find it does not work out . Mainly becausde all 3 boards are recommended for chaning and they need to be set up correctly with the right feeder voltage to each of them.
an estimated repair cost for your set is in the $500 dollar range
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Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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