Question about Vizio GV47LF Television
ANy sign of DC filter caps with open top (may be that was the sound you hear was cap is blowing its tops). You need to do some voltage checking and some visual inspection.
You have to remove the heatsink to see the caps under it.
Post back what you see.
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Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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