Question about Televison & Video
Chances are real good, that you have a blown capacitor. When you open or lift the back cover, you will find one or two capacitors that are bulged! These capacitors will need replaced. I would guess one of them will be 25 volts at 1200Mf. There will be another very close by. I do not recall its value at this time. It will need replaced as well. Find a TV tech or even an electronic hobbiest to check all the nearby capacitors. You may be able to save this TV. Give me a few hands and thanks for asking!
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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