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Are you willing to fix a power supply for a Akai lct2662?

I replaced 19 caps on the power supply then turned the tv on only to have one of the caps I just replaced pop open. The tv did show a red light until that happened. There isn't any local shops in my area. If I send to PS to you, about how much would it cost? Thanks

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  • schuette Jul 26, 2008

    Thank you for your responce. Your correct, I found a cap with the polarity reversed. In your opinion, is it worth soldering in new caps or is there most likely more damage to other components caused by the reveresed polarity? Thanks again.

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You may have inadvertently swapped one of the caps and didn't install it in the correct polarity... Or one or more regulators are also bad... Or there may be some more and severe damage caused by the swollen (popped) cap - especially if the cap was in the 100mf range or above...
Can't really quote something like that until I was able to see and test it. However, I will charge the same as our shop rate: $29.95 plus shipping for the estimate and based on the estimate if you choose to have it repaired I'll waive the $29.95 - shipping is repaired or not.
Bill

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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