Question about Akai Televison & Video
While this suggests a power supply problem with the tv, the digital cable box should really have no bearing on the shutdown. The cable box only sends audio and video signals at an extremely low voltage to the main board. The issue is with the power supply. You might want to take the back of the tv off and see if there are any puffed up capacitors on the power supply pcb. This is the board where the power cord plugs into. If they are puffed, replace the capacitors with an equal or slightly higher value. The values are in mfd and voltage which are printed on the capacitors themselves. Keep me informed. Thank you
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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