Question about Sharp LC-19SB25U 19 in. LCD HDTV
I Suspect Power Supply Board.Open the TV and look for Power Supply Board. Once you find the Board, Pull out the Connectors. Take the Board out. With the help of magnifying glass, you need to check Cold Solder Joints.If not, then Check the Caps and Fuses. I imagine, if this could be due to Power Shut Off, you would be able to Find Some Bulged / Swelled / Leaked Caps. You would smell Ammonia kind of odor. You need to pull them out. Order the same Caps online or go to Radio Shack. It would cost you few bucks, in fact less than 20 bucks. Once you get the Caps, solder them and it is all set.
Note - You need to take all the Precautions as this would involve Voltage.
Let me know, if problem persists so that we could further troubleshoot.
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Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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