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Where can I order these capacitors and are they plug in to a board or is more work required?

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No they are not plug in. bottle electrolytic caps is what you need.

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Workup for repair

02/22/2013

Diagnosis for Magnavox 32MD251D/37

Symptoms:

Will not power on

Once on, if turned off power might not return

Does not respond to power cycling

Possible Culprits:

Overloaded fuse

Damaged/fried power board

Damaged/fried inverter board

Damage to wiring or related

Overloaded capacitors on power board - I identified this based on a visual inspection and a multi meter test




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Capacitor 2080 appears overloaded - 1200uf 35v

Explanation:

The capacitors referenced regulate the voltage controlling the power. These caps have a limited lifetime in hours which is usually around 3000. The device was left on for an extended period of time overloading these essential components.

Resolution:

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FIXED
I have a deal with this kind corporates sabotaging for 2-3 times a month fixing computers and monitors.
The circuit boards for many BRAND NEW household devices, PCs, Computer monitors, dehumidifiers etc. purposely designed to work a little bit after warranty period and die quietly
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Of course there are other possibilities too, but those are the two most common ones in the order they occur.

What I'd do if I were you is to open and take a look at the power board for bulging capacitors.

Sometimes they're not on the power board - especially in small TVs like yours - but on the main board, so check there as well.

I'd be surprised if it's something else.

For a picture of bulged caps just google "bad electrolytic capacitor" or "bulged capacitor".

There are pictures in some of our blog articles too, but Internet certainly offers better ones.

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i think your mainboard is gone.

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The capacitors are: 10v 2200uf 105-Degree Capacitors. They cost about 20 cents a piece.

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