Question about Samsung LN40C550 TV
Your problem is in the power supply section it could be an overheating component or defective switching MOSFET transistor or a leaky capacitor. Please don't over do, it may damage other components. An electronic service technician should handle the problem.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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