Hi, I've been having a problems with my TV similar to others that you have given solutions to. In short i believe that some (if not all) of my capacitors are in fact bad. Seeing as this repair seems to be some simple soldering i hoping that repair fee's will be small. The TV does turn on but the screen shuts down during the Astar boot Logo.I n your personal opinion how much do you think a repair like this will cost me if i were to take to a shop? Also would a home repair be possible? The TV has a glass frame and i would perfer move it as little as possible to minimize the risk of cracks or breaking.
Thank you for any and all help.
Sincerely, Mike M.
First off mike, dont worry about breaking the glass.. its thick and very strong.. second, yes its the capacitors and i called a shop and they wanted somewhere in the neighbourhood of 100$ just to look at it.. i just finished replacing all the capacitors on the board for 30$ for parts and another 30$ for tools (desoldering iron, soldering iron). I put the TV back together and it works like new, so if you can find the capacitors, swap them out yourself, it will save you big money
A 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
The service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones). click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Good luck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
I thought that model number looked familiar. The answer is a qualified yes. If you have a Magnavox or a Philips remote it should work. If you have a universal remote try to search for a code that will control the box.
hello! it seems, like the problem of your TV is the power supply module, particularly 12v power supply I.C. chip.STRW6735 or similar. I've replaced few lately with similar problem TV. It might have a few bad electrolytic capacitors on the board, as well. Solution: if you are possess electronics technician skills and have all the necessary equipment and parts , you may do the job yourself. Otherwise, look for replacement power supply board, preferably at used boards distributors(shopjimmy.com or similar). I won't recommend to buy used on e-bay, unless it has been rebuilt. Or, remove the board and take it to local TV repair shop for rebuilding. This way you may save a few bucks. Good luck, Alex.
I've experienced similar issues with a 42" Samsung LCD TV. From what I've read online, I believe it could be a problem in the circuitry of the power supply. Apparently, Samsung used under rated capacitors in the power supply and the result is a turn on delay or blinking on and off. If this is the case, then the capacitors would need to be replaced to fix the issue.
This tv problems are those long board call the LCD inverter boards,it is dead.TV should have 1 or 2 long boards that call the LCD inverter boards it it dead,these 1 or 2 long LCD inverter boards only job are to provide a backlight to the tv LCD screen panel to have screen light produce a picture.Tries websites like Shojimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy those refurbihes 1 or 2 long LCD inverter boards for the replacment.
I came across this very same problem a year or so ago regarding a Plasma TV and connection via scart. It turned out to be a problem with the scart lead. Replacing the lead with an all pins connected type fixed the problem. It was caused by the TV not being given the +ve voltage on pin8 and the TV thought it was not a proper signal and shut down. Hope that helps.
iam providing here a generic solution for ur problem as u ve not specified the make or model number of ur tv...
Sounds like a common problem where the Horizontal Output Transistor shorts due to heat, loading by a partially shorted flyback or yoke or old dried heat sink compound. If the HOT is ok then there is probably a short in another component. This can be determined in most cases by isolating each module one at a time. In other words disconnect the audio circuit and try
If no shorts are determined check the power supply for proper output voltages. All this would need to be done by a tech or someone familiar with the process. Repair cost should not be that much compared to the cost of a new set. so u have no reason to worry....
One Time, I forgot BIOS PASSWORD OMNIBOOK 4150XE2. I had to find a way to clear the CMOS on my own. (1) Remove the memory access panel. (2) Remove the sticks of memory. (3) I believe it is the top stick, but it may be the bottom. There are two solder points that stand out. (4) With a small screwdriver or other tool, short these two contacts. (5) Replace the memory and put the access panel back on.
Your CMOS should now be cleared. I have only done this on an XE2, but
chances are there are similar ways on other HP laptops.
Make much attention... it can be dangerous. If you want, try this solution, BUT YOUR RESPONSABILITY.
or H.P. will provide a solution FREE OF CHARGE even though the laptop is out of warranty.....unbelievable I know !!!!
have to try and give proof of purchase, very important, then a code is
given which you enter in the bios. Then you contact H.P. with the
resultant code and then your bios password will be unlocked........
Hello, I’ve read through your problem in an attempt to find a solution to my own similar issue with my microwave oven.Other solutions (like unplug appliance overnight and reconnect to power source the next morning) did not work for my appliance. Just as I was about to call it quits and go out to purchase a new microwave; I gave it one last try. This time, instead of pressing any and every single button on the keypad, I decided to press BOTH the "Stop/Clear" AND "Start" buttons AT THE SAME TIME. . . . . Voilà!This worked for me, but sadly, it's now May-2008 and I'm pretty sure your own microwave is long gone, since your posting appears to have been quite some time ago. Well, hopefully others that stumble through these pages with similar issues may find some assistance with my approach.Oh, and btw. . .I got this idea (which worked) from remembering the instructions on how to reset my cellphone.Many thanks,~paul