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Buzzing sound from Relay

The relay just after the input transformer is buzzing loadly (oscillating) when the power button is pushed. The TV video and audio is fine. The bussing is not coming throught the speakers. The 6W resistor between the transformer and relay is also getting very hot with just the set plugged in but not turned on. Does anyone have a solution? Thanks....

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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2008

    fixed mine too. thanks

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    I spent 12 bucks for a 470uf 250 volt cap put it in and the relay still clatters. ?????????????/

  • Sean Nelson
    Sean Nelson Dec 27, 2012

    The original voltage rating of the cap was 25 volts. Purchasing a 250 volt rated cap is overkill. If the relay still clatters, did you install it correctly and observe polarity?

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The problem is a capacitor at location C622 470mfd and must be changed. Use equal or better voltage rating

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