Question about Samsung Televison & Video
Step 1: Open tv
Step 2: located power supply board (center of tv from the back)
Step 3: Look for bulgded capacitors on the ENTIRE board. (ESR meter comes in handy for this)
Step 4: Extract the popped capacitors and look at their uF and voltage ratings
Step 5: Replace with NEW capacitors of SAME uF but HIGHER voltage rating (EX: 1000uF 35v instead of the OLD 1000uF 10v)
Step 6: Solder into place (practice on spare board if needed). Make sure NEW capacitors are correctly installed with positive and negative leads (negative will have a stripe on the side)
Step 7: Reconnect all other components and test BEFORE reinstalling back cover (can't tell you how many times I SHOULD have done this)
Step 8: Report back to me with results.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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