Question about Curtis-Mathis CM27101S TV
Chances are real good that the power cord is not the problem. I have repaired this TV a long time ago. The problem will be a bad capacitor. The first, to suspect would be a 160 volt to 200 at 1Mf or 2.2Mf. It will be a small capacitor with a very important job.This capacitor is a power supply capacitor. I cannot recall the location or real value. But this information is very, very close. In the event you know of an electronic enthusiast, show him this note. Have him search with an ESR meter to locate this capacitor. The ESR meter will determine which cap or two you will replace. Thanks for asking and show all hands of support!
Posted on May 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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