Question about LG 42LH30 42 in. LCD TV
Posted by Anonymous on
Open it up check the power supply for busted/swollen or leaking caps if it has some change them out with new caps with same uf and voltages (although you cna up the voltage a little) - check the voltages coming from the power supply if the tv will stay on long enough to do so - if not order a power supply
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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