Question about Televison & Video
Your problem is the power board has bad capacitors, the only way repair this problem is to take the back of the tv and have a look, the capacitors are cylindrical in shape with flat tops, if you see any bronish colour liquid on them or on the surroundong board they have blown and will need replacing, also check for and doming or pretrusion at the top of the capacitors they are meant to completly flat, if there are any they will need to be changed also.
To change the capacitors you will need a certain amount of soldering skills to desolder the caps and replace with new ones, also when you take the cap of the board ensure you make a note of which way around they go, to ensure you put them back in the right way. Ensure you get the correct value cap your best option is two either write down the values from the side of the cap or take them to a local electronics shop and have them find a match to yours.
Hope this helps,post back your findings.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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