Question about Insignia IS-LCDTV32 32 in. Television
I don't know if this went through the first time.
THe screen on our TV would flicker when you turn it on and then in about 3-5 seconds it went away and the unit worked great and is great viewing. Last night while watching the big game, the screen seemed to dim in contrast and then the screen started flickering. The flickering was not off and on, but the screen was fairly clear to watch.
This is both a common and fairly easy repair in this unit. Remove the back, but not all of the back needs to be removed to access the power supply area and locate the power supply board. You might find that all three E919,E920,E921 of the 35v/680uf caps in the upper left of the PS board are bowed and/or vented. Replace all three of them even if they test good...
Next, esr the remaining caps. Last one we did here in the shop there were 16 total that we replaced, many were orange in color but I don't have any notes on their value. The orange color of the cap is a lesser temp range we used 105 degree or better as replacements. Some we used a higher rated cap (higher voltage) same uf rating. Gave it a greater reliability.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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