TV start shutting off after being on just a short while, would have to wait 5or10 minutes for it to turn back on. finally notice smoke coming from the back, pulled off the covers and the only thing I noticed burnt was a capacitor, 2000vdc .0087uf. would this be the only problem or should I check other component
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depending on what type of erratic video it is before shutdown it can be either the Small signal board or the Deflection board are what usually cause those type symptoms. You can get replacement parts from www.tvrepairworld.com
Try this. Change the channel of your TV to 3, do you see a picture, if not. Unplug your system for the TV. Turn off and unplug the TV. Leave it off for about 10 minutes so it can discharge. Turn back on the TV and see if it re-sets. If this does not work let me know. Give me a detailed report including any brand or models you are asking about. Hope this helps. JimmyC
Thats either the flyback or the HV splitter. If the sound is coming from the rear left side its the flyback. If its coming from the front of the set its the HV splitter. They are both easy to replace. I will post a link where you can get replacements with instructions if you would like.
these set is what i like to call VAlue sets.. you can get these for 800 at walmart. If you smell something theres a good chance its what is called a flyback transformer... i repair that averages about 300 to replace. Caution it may be more. DANGER, Do not attempt repair of set unless qualifed to do so tv generte high and leathal voltages.