Question about Sylvania 6413TC 13" TV
You have an aging TV and aging capacitors. There may be some bad grounds on the solder side of the main board. You need to first inspect the solder side of the board for bad solder connections. And find an ESR meter. (Capacitor Checker) No doubt you will find some weak capacitors. I would look for those almost anywhere on this TV. This TV is small and you should be able to test each and every electrolytic capacitor. The electrolytics are the caps that look like small cans with two legs. They are rated in Mfs. For example 35 volts @ 100 MF, 16 volts @47 Mf, 25 volts @ 4.7 MF, etc. Test all of them and replace as necessary. Good Luck and thanks for asking. Show a few hands of support.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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