Question about Televison & Video
You may be able to fix this problem for under $20 US if you buy a capacitor replacement kit. I bought this same TV in Singapore in 2008, and now in 2011, I see 3 of the capacitors on the power board have gone bad.
The power supply board for this is the same as for the LG 47C7DF LCD TV. I purchased a capacitor replacement kit for $18 US from www.lcdalternatives.com in California, USA. The kit replaces all 9 major capacitors on the power board. OR, you can buy them yourself if you can solder and have the tools, etc. but make sure you buy the same uF rating and type of capacitor, etc.
The TV is not hard to take apart and if you look at the www.lcdalternatives.com website, there are links to instructions for dissemblance at the bottom of their website.
Another choice may be to just take out the power board and bring the entire board to an electronics shop and they can fix it for you, but that will probably cost more.
OR, you can buy a new power board and simply replace it. A new power board costs about $150 US.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2011
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