Question about Televison & Video
Without additional information (such as the model number) this problem could be a number of things. If the television is attempting to come on but clicking on/off continuously you most likely have bad capacitors on the main board.
You can verify this by doing the following:
1. Disconnect the power cord connecting the television to the wall (IMPORTANT).
2. Remove all of the screws on the rear cover of the television. They will most likely all be phillips head.
3. Carefully pry the rear cover off of the television.
4. Locate the power board. On Samsung LCDs it will be the board with the AC power plug built into it.
5. Visually inspect the board for bad capacitors. Capacitors look like cylindrical towers with a cross cut into the top. If the top is bulging upwards then the capacitor is bad and must be replaced.
6. Locate replacement capacitors for those that are bulged. You must use capacitors that have the same microfarad value (uf) and the same or higher voltage (V). (Samsungs frequently have bad 1000uf 25V capacitors). Your local electronics store may carry these.
7. Using solder wick, remove the bad caps from the board and install the replacements with a soldering iron. (remember to cut the leads off)
8. Put the back cover back on and plug it up. 9 times out of 10 you will end up with a working Samsung TV.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
Hello! Just check your main power supply socket. If it is ok than just open your tv back cover and check the fuse. I am sure the fuse is burnt. If the fuse is also ok than you need to consult a technition. But mostly it is the problem of burning fuse
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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