Question about Televison & Video
You may need to scrapped the board with a paper cutter gently
so as to remove the burned printed circuit board. and replace the said bad capacitor. then clean that part of the board with an unused brush soaked in lacquer thinner to totally remove the burnt part .
you might also have a resistance check on the collector and emitter
of the transistor. usually the center and the rightmost pin. it should
not be almost near zero reading.
do all of these with the unit unplugged from the wall outlet.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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