Question about Hitachi 50UX58K 50" Rear Projection Television
There is a common problem on this model, there is a capacitor that pops out----a visual look at it will tell you if the problem is it, it will have a physical crack in it. This set uses orange colored pico fuses---look like a little resistor and if the cap went it took one of them out. I can tell you where to look for the cap and the fuse associated with it. Total parts cost if this is what is wrong is under 10 dollars. It does require soldering (fuse and cap each have two leads) but not impossible to do for a do it your self person---this is so common I carry both the cap and fuses when I go to peoples homes---seen it bad in over 40 sets of this age, including one I own. If this told you something you did not know and you want to know where and what to look for, rate this solution as very helpful as I do this here for free. SD TECH
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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