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I have a samsung LE32 73BDX TV. a grid of dots flickering infront

I have a samsung LE32 73BDX TV. When I turn it on it works except for a grid of dots flickering infront of the picture.

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I had this problem with my tv but i kept getting a black grid over anything red... i returned it to samsung and they replaced it

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this is a common fault take back of and look on main power board for blown capacitor's ( raised tops ) they look like little batteries with white line down one side replace then with same value e.g ( 2000mf 25v)
remember what side line is on (TAKE PICTURE) for capacitors look on Charles hyde and son web site(CHS) under general components listed on left side of page

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Hello,

Connect your TV to a DVD player. If there is still no picture, it means the display inverter of your TV is defective.

The display inverter is what makes the TV brings picture. Since the TV is no longer bringing any picture, the display inverter is the first thing that needs to be checked as it is most likely the cause of the problem.

Please give me feedback if you need any assistance in locating or identifying the display inverter.

Your sincerely.

Elect_Comp.

Posted on May 16, 2011

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It is due to the power regulator section of your TV. If DC voltage come to T'con board and other circuit board won't have enogh regulated and smoothed current this type of fault will occur. Open your Tv and check for any bulged capacitors on the mains power regulator board. If there, repalce it with same type and capacity. I hereby attaches a picture, of an other set's power supply board with bulged capacitors to give you an idea about how a damaged and bulged capacitor will look like. Check this, If you want anymore assistance from me, feel free to get me by Fixya.

gopakumarg43_41.jpg Note the top of the red arrow marked capacitors. They are damaged. A ggod one will look like one you can see on the top right with flat top surface.

Posted on Sep 04, 2011

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