Question about Televison & Video
Yes sir there's a possibility that your power supply is not working well..Automatic shutting down is cause of voltage drop or the output voltage is go down when the load activate..
You have to do is follow this step:
First,open the cover of your TV by loosening all screws at the back.
Secondly,after you open the cover the power supply reveal..Then try to look at the capacitors if it is leak or bulging on top.
Thirdly,if you see any leak capacitor remove the power supply from the TV by removing all screws
fourthly,after you remove the unit replace it with the same type and ratings of capacitor.By using soldering iron and soldering pump..(reminders: the capacitors is have a polarity (-/+)so be careful.Also be care with solder the parts make sure that no shorted solder to avoid short circuit..
And finally,test it by powering ON.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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