Question about Televison & Video
If it is stuck in standby, your issue could be in a variety of areas. The most common is likely bad capacitors on the power supply. Many Dynex models have these bad capacitors (caps) and they are very easy to spot if you open up the tv. You will have to lay it down on a soft blanket face down. You may have to remove the stand. Most of the screws will be going straight in the back, remove all these screws so you can get the back off. Once you do, look for bulged caps = they should be flat on the top, not bulged like in the picture
if you find bad caps, then they are likely the cause
if not, we can diagnose with more info. Do you hear a click when you try to turn it on? does it click on and back off? do you see a led change colors? all details will help us figure it out, we can definitely diagnose this, just let me know
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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