Question about Polaroid FLM-3734B 37 in. LCD HDTV
I followed what everyone else had did and i replaced the caps i took apart the tv it only took about 20 mins and call a local tv repair man to desolder and resolder the caps didnt wanna go that far myself put in higher caps then was in orginally now have 25 v 1000uf cap 105 deg c instead of the 10 v 1000uf 105 deg c tv works great only cost 50 bucks and about an hr of my time
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
The reason for the first failure is use of very poor quality or LOW voltage caps.The 35 volt Radio Shack caps will work fine and will give no future trouble.Too low a voltage rating or poor manufacturing leads to leakage and drying out of electrolytic caps.35 volt versus 10 volt is a higher rating and,within reason,will not cause a problem.For technical reasons don't go extremely high(such as 150 volts).This might cause a problem down the line.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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