I do not get power to my tv. I took the back off, and it is obvious that a capacitor burst, and two more are bulging. I would like to buy a power supply, and since its so easy to take off/put on, replace the defective supply. Where can I buy a power supply and have it shipped to me in the UK? (I prefer using an american supplier if available.) The TV is a 37" Haier LCD TV with 110/220 (220Wmax) capacity, power is 150-240V; 50/60Hz - the model # listed on the power supply of the tv is: PSM210-417. Please contact me at email@example.com if you have a solution. Many thanks, and cheers.
Find a differant web site because this one is run by a bunch of money grubbing technicians that really don't have a good solution but would love to charge you to take a look at it.
After you pay to have your tv shipped to them only to hear them say that it will be $700 to fix it or you can pay to have it shipped back still in its junk state most people probly say keep it and they then fix it for $25 and sell it to another ******!
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The main dc reservoir in the power supply must have burst. This capacitor 47 to 100 MF/400V also releases lot of smoke when it bursts. Most of the times you just have to replace it and the tv works fine.
Check for any bursted electrolytic capacitors on its main power supply regulator board. The sound you heard might be to this burst. Take care, and unplug the TV from AC mains supply wall socket, before opening and checking this board. See examples of bulged [bursted] capacitor.
Tv have problems with it power supply board,that the board where the power a/c cord plug into it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole new refurbish power supply board for the replacement.Or u have all the tools also can do basic soldering and u know basic electronic too?Yes,check the whole power supply board carefully for dying and dead capacitors parts.These capacitors parts alway bulges up or puffing up onto it tops.Replaced all these dead bad capacitors components parts,should get the tv power back to the tv unit again for good.
Yes,power supply board have dead capacitors leakage problems.These capacitors useally bulge up or burst open.U know how to solders?Look in the power supply board rerplaced these capacitors will solved the power problem.Or tries Websites Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
Ur power board is dead.Must take the tv aparts.Check the power board for dead capacitors like puff up or burst open capcitors.Replaced these capacitors to get power back.U know how to solders right?Or tries Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy refurbish power board.
Capacitors tend to pop when they fail. Phillips LCD TVs have lots of problems with capacitor failures in their power supplies. I've got my 37mf231d apart on my workbench as we speak. Mine makes a whistling sound which I believe is either a solder fault or a bad capacitor.
A new power supply board is about $150 for that TV. The gamble, of course, is if the power supply took out something else when it failed.
I had the same prob, but found out that the problem with the Olevia lcd tv's on most models not powering up is because of failure of capacitors on the power supply board that I do believe is due to excessive heat and lack of ventilation.
I took the tv apart and got access to the main board and just by looking at the capacitors I could tell which one were the bad ones..
I will show some pics that I borrowed during my repair, hope it helps as reference as it did to me.
I replaced the bad caps with new ones that I bought at a computer parts store.
Now I got my lcd tv back ON but this time I added a internal cooling fan for better air flow that will reduce this malfunction from happening again.