Question about iLO LCT32HA36 Television
Most likely defective capacitors in the power supply.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
Lct32ha36 uses power board MLT169B, which is well known to cause this problem due to cheap capacitors.
There are quite a few blogs around the web that document it and here's just yet another one with a bit more details:
If you have more questions do not hesitate to ask.
I must point out that replacing the caps is almost as easy job as you can get that involves soldering iron.
In addition, I would recommend against spending $60 on a used board unless it has already been serviced for that problem.
Mostly because you may end up facing it again fairly soon.
But mainly because it's just too easy and cheap to fix it by yourself or even have others fix it (properly!) for you.
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
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