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I have a mitsubishi vs60707, the tv works great most of the time. But ever since the power went out at my house, the tv will turn itself off after a few hours of viewing but it does not always happen. If you wait about 15 minutes it will turn back on and work fine.

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  • jeffdahms Nov 13, 2010

    i can see one capacitor that is questionable as to wether or not it is bulged. does this unit have a cooling fan or is it just the heat sinks? how can i test the capacitors? would the bad capacitor be warmer than the others?



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Most of the time Poor Solder connections will be the problem try resoldering the power supply board/deflection board and resolder the STK ICs. while your in the set Look for bad Capacitors
they will be vented or puffed up on top.

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    ladywinn Nov 13, 2010

    Capacitor checker Meter is good to have,or Voltohm Meter but alot of times caps will be Puffed up on Top so you know they are Bad.unsolder the cap and turn it upside down on its top if it isnt Flat as a board then its bad. Capacitor also can be come leaky and no longer hold a charge for circuits to work. Mats Electronics has Nice In- Circuit Capacitor Tester for $49.95



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