Question about Element Electronics FLX-3211B 32 in. LCD HDTV
Sounds like one or more capacitors failed. They should be easy to spot as the tops will be swelled and look like something leaked out. If you have the expertise you can get them at a local electronics supplier and replace them yourself. The value is on the side and should look something like 2200uf@25v. The numbers will probably be different but this is a common value that fails. Best to remove the old ones and take them with you and let the dealer match them up for you. Write down the location or draw yourself a picture so as to remember where each value cap. goes if you have more than one value bad. Replace all that have swelled even if they didn't leak.
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