Question about Toshiba 56HM195 56" Projection HDTV
Sounds like a popped power supply.
You can either get schematics and pull the board yourself and look for the swollen caps or take it out and have a shop check it out.
If you do it yourself look online in chat rooms from someone who already fixed this model and what caps they replaced. Its a real timesaver. Also, if you have the PS part number you can go on
Ebay and price up a refurb. I see some for around 50 bucks. Not too shabby eh?
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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