Question about Philips Televison & Video
Swollen, Bulged, Bad Capacitor
The main cause of this power up problem are bad capacitors on your power if the capacitor is bad. See more bad capacitor image
Now, if your LCD set is still under warranty I would suggest to use it and let the professionals handle the problem for you. But for the rest of the Samsung LCD TV owners that their warranty had expired and want to save some money, this would be the best route. Mind me, when I fixed my power supply I didn't have any previous experience on desoldering and soldering capacitors on a power supply board. It was a good experience after all is said and done.
Here's what you need for this DIY project: Screw driver, Soldering iron(40watts+), Desoldering braid, Soldering wire, and capacitors.
Now lets talk about the specs, capacitors hold 3 important value:
1. The capacitance measured in uF(micro farads) (ex. 2200uF), 2. Voltage (ex. 10v), 3. Temperature (ex. 105°C)
Hope this will help in solving,Take care......
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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