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Resistor on power supply board

TV made a very loud snapping noise and promptly died. Took it apart and found one little resistor on the power supply board was blown to bits. Hopefully I can just get someone to tell me which resistor, capacitor, or whatever it is I need and solder a new one on, but since this one is blown to bits, I don't know which one I need. What I do know is that this is a Sony "G" power supply board and the number on the board where the resistor is blown is (C613). Am I possibly wasting my time only to watch the resistor blow again, or is this just a simple defect in the cold solder that I can fix myself?

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  • John Hauer Aug 17, 2006

    From the pieces I could find, I'm sure it's a ceramic capacitor (I'm not an electrician so please be patient with me). Only one side of the capacitor survived intact, and that is the side with no writing on it. The rest is little bits about the size of dust particles. As for the 10mfd, 160V capacitor, is that available in ceramic? And if so, where would I purchase one? (Radio Shack was worse than no help at all). Any assistance is greatly appreciated.



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Dear Biigjohn, First, first C613 means that it is a capacitor, not a resistor.And It seems to be a electrolytic Capacitor.If it has burst, then it's can will be inside. just search. the details of the Capacitor will be on it. most likely it will be a 10mfd 160V capacitor. Check and replace.

Posted on Aug 16, 2006

  • Pravin Gupta Aug 18, 2006

    Ok Biig John, gimme a couple of days. I'll locate a schematic of your TV, and give you the correct details.



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