reference to your response below on 8/13/08 on..."The reference
designators for the defective capacitors are EC18, EC19 and EC20
(1000uF/16V) and EC12, EC15 (220uF/25V)."
Amazon.com sells both capacitors, but they also sell the high temp ones for both as well. They're titled on Amazon.com as such, Radial Mini Electrolytic and High Temp Radial. Both are made by Xicon. Could you advise please on which
one,either the Radial or the High Temp, Thanks.
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Re: Comment by Jaime867, posted on Aug 13, 2008
There are two types of capacitors, the radial and axial leads. The ones you need are radial and they should be high temperature, so when you order them just say that you need the radial type and hightemperature. Click here to see the radial type. For the axial type click here.
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Most failures on this LCD are due to defective capacitors in the power supply board.
The defective capacitors are 1000uF/16v, the reference designators are EC18, EC19 & EC20 and since the light is flashing. Z3 a 27v 1w zener diode might be shorted and two 10 ohms surface mount resistors might also be defective.
If you are fixing it yourself, you can use 1000uF/25v or 35v as long they fit in the space provided by design. Radio shack should carry the capacitors and possibly the zener diode but not the 10 ohms surface mount resistors.
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