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Intermittent Fault, going into standby and won't return.

Some days the tv works, others it will not turn on at all, it just stays in standby. but when it doesn't work there is a high pitched sound coming from either the transformer on the power board or the largest capaciter. the sound is not constant, sounds to me like a capacitor charging and then venting. cannot see any bulging or disscoloration of any cpacitors or components
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  • the_hamel Jan 30, 2008

    Before i shelled out for a new board from samsung i checked all the earth connections on all the boards, ie took them out and made sure they were clean and stuff, and hey presto it works fine now. must have been a dry joint.



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I think you should replace your power board.

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