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Akai 2715 LCD TV

After a few minutes it shuts off on it's own. I this a fixable problem?

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    akai 2715 n looking for power supply for this tv

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Thank for the help on the akai 2715 n

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I HAVE FOUND A BAN DIODE AT THE D4 MARK ON BOARD THIS WILL MAKE IT COME ON FOR ABOUT 1 SEC AND GO OFF ALSO YOU WILL HERE A HI PITCH SOUND WHEN YOU TURN IT ON THIS IS ON YOUR POWER SUPPLY BOARD THIS IS ABOUT A 6 AMP DIOD IT IS LARGE JUST TO THE SIDE OR THE RECTIFIER

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There are three caps that always pop on that psu board... if you are feeling adventurouse go to radio shack and pick 3 24v 1000mF caps and replace them... that will almost always work otherwise go to megmeet.com and buy a MLT169c if its even still available the original part is mlt168a,b,c but the 169 is interchangable and better quality... for a chineese board... my suggestion is replace the three bulging caps on the board all in all it will cost you around $12 U.S. to do that

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