Question about Toshiba 32AV500U 32 in. LCD HDTV
That popping sound is usually a capacitor or "cap". Depending on what board it was on, would depend on what needs to be replaced. Usually its the main "power" board. I would say it probably would be worth replacing as these boards are generally not that expensive. If you take the back of the TV off, you can look at the boards. Caps are cylindrical and are various heights and widths. However they should have a flat top and bottom. Look for one that has a round top or bottom. Do NOT touch the boards though. Caps can store energy long after the TV has been unplugged and static electricity can damage sensitive chips.
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Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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