Question about Televison & Video
This is an indication ofout-of-regulationin the power supply section. This was cause byleaky/dried electrolytic capacitorin that section. It willdroppedthe supply from normal voltage and will disable the unit.It needs a little warm-up to make itself stable but the symptom will get worst until the unit will not even power up. Sometimes it has abulged/domeat the top but not all, it is better that you have acapacitor checker/testerto determine its condition. Your unit will back to normal again if the leaky/dried capacitor is isolated.
You may replaced the entire power supply board if you can't troubleshoot the unit yourself or look for a qualified tv technician to isolate the faulty capacitor.
Also check if your unit is under warranty /extended warranty, avail it because the manufacturer of your unit will fix it for free. Don't open the back panel, this will void the warranty.
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Posted on May 24, 2011
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