I have been told that my capacitor for my tv is broke, what happens is when watching the tv the picture goes big and then small, no one in the area here can fix it,,need help and would really appreciate it, Im not rich but can do it myself if instructed on how,, two people checked tv and both people said it was the capacitor that is gone,,just have to find the Cerial number for the part needed but dont know what the capacitor looks like can you please assist me,,,
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The power suplly of you Tv have problem.Thers a leaked capacitor that you need to replace.Those leaked capacitor have round shape at the top and not totaly flated.So can see wat is the leaked capacitor.Try to replace all leaked.
The loud pop you hear is a spark gap being jumped. That might happen once an awhile naturally due to a voltage spike but if it's happening regularly chances are something needs replacing. Capacitors are prime suspects for aging, in fact when a capacitor(big one) blows it sounds just like that.
Most likely what happened is one of the capacitors went bad. When a capacitors goes bad it produces a popping sound. This could be an easy and cheap fix if you find the bad capacitor or capacitors. The bad capacitor will have a bulging top most likely on the power board but could be anywhere.
Just fixed it!!! Remove the back panel from the television, you will see a board where the input jacks are located. To the left you will notice a red power wire. Just up and to the right approx 7" or so you will see a [_] shaped metal shield surrounding a capacitor in the middle of it. The part # on the board is CP150. It is a green/gold 16v 2200uF capacitor. More than likely this capacitor is faulty. Run your finger over the top of the capacitor, if it is beveled rather than smooth you have a definite solution to your problem. You may need to remove the plastic piece that covers the transformer to the left of the capacitor to gain easy access. Good luck!!