Question about Televison & Video
First TV would not come on and I found power supply PW8552 had vented electrolytic caps C840 and C841, R820 burned open in darkened area of PCB, and blown F807.
I found suggestion to replace caps C840, C841, C822, R820, Q840 (L787MR05) and Q802 (STR-D1005), all in darkened area of PCB to fix symptom of TV would not come on.
Now TV comes on but powers off after 5 or so minutes. It will come back on when I pull the plug and reinsert it.
Any ideas where to check next? I know this is an old TV, but I have come so close, I just want to finish fixing this problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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