Samsung HL-S6187W 61 in. HDTV black screen on the right side
Your comment: Ifyou found a bloated capacitor on the circuit board, that one needs tobe replaced not the board. You can see the part number on the capacitoritself. Also please look for any burned IC and neighboring components.If you found additional burned components, it also need to be replace.Contact a pro tv technician to replace it.
I am not seeing any sign of bloated capacitor on this and any other circuit board.
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I don't have your original problem here, so I can only comment based upon the info in this question. I assume that the set does not start or clicks like it is goimg to startup but then shuts down. If this is the case, there could be a number of issues causing this. The set has a number of protection circuits that will shut down the set if a problem is detected. This may or may not be a power problem. The best way to resolve this is to repost the original problem so those of us with TV repair experience can assist you in resolving the problem.
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When you see lines like these across your LCD, it indicates a problem with your monitor's electrolytic capacitors.A faulty filter capacitor in the power supply board (SMPS board) can cause horizontal lines across your monitor screen.Horizontal screen lines are one of the most visible problems I see in LCD monitors & TV's that are 3-7 years old. It can happen as much from heat, humidity & less-than-ideal operating conditions, as it can from fluctuating current supply or manufacturing defects.
The way to repair horizontal screen lines is by removing the capacitors from the printed circuit board (PCB) and testing them with a LCR meter.
If it shows zero, there's your confirmation that the specific capacitor needs to be replaced.
now if you can replace them your welcome but i wont suggest that , cause you may break it more....!
any ways do comment if it helped you in any manner!
Your symptoms sounds like a one of the mirrors on your imaging chip is not working.
There is not a lot you can do about the pixel being out unless you want to replace the imager circuit board. These are expensive to replace.
As far as more showing up in the future, it is hard to say, you may not get anymore failing
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It sure does sound like it. Normally I replace the entire light engine at the same time because as you know this is a problem with DLP's.The replacements come complete, DMD - Color Wheel, the whole nine yards, makes the job easier. Good Luck..
This sounds to me like one of two possibilities. First, check your ballast. If you're going through bulbs faster than you think you ought to be, you may have a ballast that is overloading. Its the 3" x 8" circuit board that connects directly to the bulb. They are plentiful and often cheap. Thats what I'd try first. If that doesnt' do it, I would invest in a new power supply board. That the board that the tv power cable hooks directly in to. This should give you a start, Comment back if you still need further help. Good luck.