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Replacing Capacitors to Repair a 22" LCD Monitor
 
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Like me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Facethewind-Photography/121136607979284 Tutorial on how to repair a very common cause of failure in LCD monitors -- failed capacitors. This monitor is a V7 D22W12 (22" TFT LCD monitor). This particular one was being thrown out because it no longer displayed a picture. When connected to a computer, it would show an image briefly, and then go dark. This is an indication that the power supply for the cathode tube backlight was failing, due to failing capacitors. This is a common problem with cheaper electronics made overseas. Luckily, the fix is easy and cheap -- I spent $1 and about an hour to make the repair.
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How to replace a capacitor -The easiest Way!
 
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Find the correct TV part for your TV and more at ShopJimmy.com Click Here: http://bit.ly/ShopJimmy6 https://www.facebook.com/groups/svrepairtips/ http://www.facebook.com/AfterHoursTVPCRepair How to solder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRuKUXzFwCk How to identify a bad capacitor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvlNKZ8GzEg
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Samsung TV Fix - Blown Capacitor
 
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This is a tutorial on how to fix a ongoing issue that seems to be happening with Samsung LCD TV's.
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EEVblog #347 - Bad Cap LCD Monitor Repair
 
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Forum Topic: http://www.eevblog.com/forum/blog-specific/eevblog-347-bad-cap-lcd-monitor-repair/ Repairing and replacing the bad caps in a Samsung SyncMaster 204e LCD Monitor found while Dumpster Diving. EEVblog Main Web Site: http://www.eevblog.com EEVblog Amazon Store: http://astore.amazon.com/eevblogstore-20 Donations: http://www.eevblog.com/donations/ Projects: http://www.eevblog.com/projects/ Electronics Info Wiki: http://www.eevblog.com/wiki/
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V7 MONITORS L17GM LCD PC Repair the problem is. no picture on the screen
 
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led power ok no picture on the screen the problem is. 1000uf 10V / 25V 1000uf. no picture on the screen
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TV Repair. Samsung LCD
 
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Turning off and then on again problems in the first minute or so of powering up which eventually lead to not turning on at all. Model No. LE32A436T1B Here I have managed to save my mother a £180 repair bill by fixing it myself. Trawling the internet brought up a lot of 'capacitor' issues with Samsung televisions and so I was expecting to find a couple of blown caps but up on inspection all the capacitors looked fine. Looking closer I found a couple of dry-joints on a power transistor or voltage regulator (QB802 location on the power supply board). A quick solder job later and all is well again. TOP JOB!!! :)
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Samsung TV Repair:  How to replace bad capacitors
 
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This video shows how easy it is to replace bad capacitors on a Samsung TV power board. It's my first time soldering and wanted to create a video to show how easy it is, or isn't. Turns out is pretty easy!
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SAMSUNG TV REPAIR- TURNS OFF RANDOMLY
 
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EASY HOW TO FIX SAMSUNG TV- TURNS OFF RANDOMLY Clicking ON AND OFF Repairing Samsung LCD No power problem LN MODEL LN46B500 - buy the cap kit for your tv model
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Samsung PS50C91 starts up then shuts down
 
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Samsung PS50C91 starts up then shuts down This repair video tutorial demonstrates how to repair the power supply on this plasma television. Replacing the bad capacitors on this board got it up and working as you will see, the caps are bulging , five in total on the psu pcb and one, on the y sus pcb The power supply type is: BN44-00160A the video will also show a problem with the y sus board If this video has helped you, please donate by using the link below Donation https://www.paypal.me/ElectronicWorkshop
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Samsung TV Won't Turn On & Has No Power & No Standby Light - Samsung LCD TV Troubleshooting Help
 
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Basic troubleshooting steps for Samsung TV that won't turn on and does not have power. CLICK HERE for TV REPAIR PARTS: http://www.shopjimmy.com/samsung?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=samsungrepair&utm_campaign=samsungrepair Here we have a 32 inch Samsung LCD TV. In this video we are going to discuss some basic troubleshooting methods for a Samsung LCD TV that does not power on and does not have any standby light. In most Samsung LCD TVs we have four boards. We have the main board, the power supply board, the backlight inverter. The backlight inverter can sometimes be covered by a plastic or metal shield. We also have the t-con board. The t-con board can also sometimes be covered by a shield. Click the link in the video for more information on the basic functions of these boards. If you cannot power on your TV, the first thing you will want to check, is that you have the TV plugged into an outlet that is working. After making sure that the outlet is working, you will want to check and see that your TV has a standby light. The standby light will be blinking or illuminated on the front of the TV. If you do not see a light in the front, then you do not have standby. If your TV will not power on and you do not have standby, then you most likely have a problem with the power supply board. Here we have a close up of the power supply. You can look over the board and do a visual inspection looking for any raised or puffy capacitors, or any burnt or damaged components. Here are some examples of what a puffy capacitor or burnt and damaged component will look like. If you have any damaged components that look this way, you should replace the board. If there is not a replacement board available, you can also try replacing the individual components or purchasing a repair kit. Removing and installing new components requires the ability to be able to solder. When looking for damaged components or burn marks, you can also look at the bottom side of the board. You would simply need to disconnect all of the cables and then remove the screws that hold the board to the panel. Be sure when disconnecting cables and removing screws, that you take a picture of what the board looks like in the original state with all of the cables connected, and then you will have a reference for when you reconnect all of the cables. If all of the components look good, then you will want to check the fuse on the power supply board to see if it is blown. Here are some images of what a blown fuse can look like. Some TVs have glass fuses and some ceramic fuses. The glass fuses can show visual damage when they are blown. The ceramic fuse does not and would need to be tested with a meter. If the fuse is blown, replace your fuse and then plug the TV back in. After you plug it back in, if the new fuse blows immediately, then there is a power supply board and it should be replaced. If the fuse does not blow, then you may just had a power surge or another problem that caused the fuse to blow. If you fuse is good and you do not see any visible damage on the power supply board, the next step is to use a meter and start checking voltages on the power supply board to see where the problem is. This kind of testing requires specific equipment and a specific skill set. Be sure you have the proper equipment and experience when checking voltages. Thank you for watching our Samsung LCD troubleshooting video for Samsung LCD TVs that will not power on and do not have standby. Here are some other videos that can help you with your troubleshooting. Click on any of the links to view the video. We strive to learn and share new TV repair tips everyday, subscribe to our YouTube channel and grow with us. Share our videos with your friends to help spread the savings, and don't forget to hit that Like button! TV Repair Made Easy™ © 2015 ShopJimmy.com, LLC.
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HOW TO FIX HP LCD, monitor turns off after 3 seconds (common repair)
 
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How to disassemble / open LCD & Fix turns off after few seconds, easy common repair works for HP, Compaq, Dell lcd too, reset won't work, CCFL backlight fix- solder loose wire but sometimes it can be blown capacitors in power board, this computer lcd monitor w1907 Please Share/like/Sub Get capacitors here-http://tampatec.blogspot.com/ Troubleshoot guide for LCD TVs & monitors 1) if locked- to unlock just hold menu till unlocks or refer to service manual for reset code 2) power light is on but no picture screen just solder backlight wire also fixes- no picture, black screen, turns off after 2 to 3 seconds, check inverter board connections and bad diodes 3) replace blown caps 100uf 10v, 470uf 10v, 1000uf 10v, 2200uf 10v, 3300uf 10v, this fixes- turns off after few seconds, on & off randomly, static picture, no power 4) color red blue green black bars- replace tcon board or tcon solder connections also fixes distorted picture but worse cases bad tabs on lcd panel. 5) no sound- check main board sound amplifier or solder connection on audio port 6) picture flickers- bad tabs on lcd panel, loose solder connection on video inputs, loose tcon cable connection reparación lcd
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LCD TV Backlights Overheating transformer on Samsung LN40B550K1F
 
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http://www.tvrepairinfo.com/ I remember being told that the Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps on LCD TV's will draw more current as they begin to age due to a build up of carbon, After replacing a burnt out inverter transformer with a new one, I used my temperature probe on each of the 4 output transformers to see if my replacement transformer was operating at a higher temperature than the others, and i noticed it was. My first thought was there might have been an issue with the replacement transformer, so I tried swapping locations with one of the other transformers, but it still ran hot. My youtube friend Norcal715 suggested there might be an issue with AC ripple distorting the drive pulse going to the transformer due a bad electrolytic capacitor, but. when I examined the transformer inputs I noticed they all shared the same source, so this ruled out there being a bad capacitor on the input side, I also checked my ceramic capacitors on the outside and they all checked okay, and this led me to the conclusion that my Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps were starting to draw more current than they should due to a carbon build up from natural aging. The TV I repaired is a Samsung Model LN40B550K1F. The inverter board number is a BN44-00264B. The transformer part number is QGAH02095. For those who are interested here are some helpful books. How to troubleshoot and repair Switch Mode Power supplies by Jestine Yong at http://davestv.jestinemichellepow.cli... This is a 271 page ebook packed with helpful information on how to troubleshoot switch mode power supplies which are found in many kinds of electronic equipment. I have many books and videos on this kind of power supply, but this is by far the best of my collection. I created a video where I demonstrate some of the fundamentals of switching power supplies at this link. http://www.tvrepairinfo.com/switch-mo... ======================================== Testing electronic components and finding unknown resistor values by Jestine Yong. http://5d8388ioop4nfm862d1b0u7sbj.hop... This is a great book for beginners who want to learn more about testing electronic components. ======================================== How to repair LCD Computer Monitors by Jestine Yong at http://davestv.jestinewilliamlcd.clic... Even though this book was about computer monitor repair I found most of the troubleshooting techniques he demonstrates also applied to LCD TV repair so I was glad to have read it. Much like the book on Switch Mode Power Supplies I found it was easy to understand. ======================================== Mikes TV case histories, This book has the combined case histories of 70 repair shops who have submitted their notes for Mikes book. It contains info on CRT, Plasma and Projection TVs. at http://www.mikestvtips.com/ 1-410-272-4984 When I first started in the TV repair business and my troubleshooting skills were not that great often times Mike's case histories told me exactly which parts I needed to replace and it often saved me from having to purchase a great many schematics. I have been using his case histories since 1995 and I would not be with out them. If you call him please be considerate of his time zone and call between 11:00 AM TO 8:PM Eastern time only. ========================================­============================== Getting Started In Electronics by Forest Mims available at some Radio Shacks or through this link. http://www.Forrestmims.com
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Capacitor Plagued Acer Computer Monitor AL 1706A
 
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A computer monitor purchased at a swap meet for $15. Guy said it worked, well it didn't work at all. I replaced the power supply caps and its still going strong 4 years later.
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Tv Inverter Blown Fuse Common Repair
 
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How to repair a broken PC monitor with capacitors
 
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most of the time, PC monitors go wrong and dont work due to blown/faulty capacitors (it is very common) this video explains how to repair them if this happens to you. save money and dont buy a new monitor www.maplin.co.uk www.explainthatstuff.com/capacitors.html
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Replacing Capacitors to Repair a LCD Monitor.
 
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(Video filmed with Panasonic HDC-HS100) This monitor developed a fault, it took up to thirty minutes to switch on. To repair it entailed replacing the output filter capacitors on the power supply board... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect With Me... Website: http://www.dr-circuit.co.uk/. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Doc.Circuit Google+: http://goo.gl/aj0g1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Dr_Circuit -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Easy Common LCD TV repair service video, no power
 
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Easy common LCD TV repair service video, how to fix LCD TV no power, this video service repair covers LCD clicking on and off but now not turning on at all only get red light is on, blown capacitors is most common repair for many flatscreens plasma & LCD tvs, this tv model 19mf337b NOTE- this fix may work for other TVs like Magnavox, Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio ect... share if this helps & for cap repair kits or tv parts check out- http://tampatec.blogspot.com/
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How to Replace Capacitors in LCD Monitor or TV for Repair
 
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Learn how to simply test and repair a 19 inch monitor/TV by replacing the capacitors found on the main power board. Dinex 19 Monitor/TV capacitor repair A capacitor (originally known as a condenser) is a passive two-terminal electrical component used to store electrical energy temporarily in an electric field. Music Courtesy of: http://Incompetech.com http://AudioNautix.com Monitor Capacitor Repair and ESR meter examples https://youtu.be/f3Nr7wAT84I *Our Second Channel http://YouTube.com/GuruBrew2 *Twitter: http://twitter.com/GuruBrewShow *Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/guru.brew All Materials Found Here (c) The Guru Brew Tech Web Show Visit us on the web at: http://www.GuruBrewShow.com Have a question to ask the Brew? http://www.GuruBrewShow.com/?page_id=1478
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Viewsonic VP211b dead. Power supply repair. Part 1
 
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Viewsonic VP211b monitor repair. I have repaired several of these monitors. The most common problems are blown fuses on the inverter board and bad capacitors on the power supply board. This video covers problems in the ADP-60BF power supply. This power supply is used in the Viewsonic VP211b, VP201b, VP201s. If the power supply board is bad, there will be no power light or the power light may cycle on and off. The most common fail on the power supply board is the main capacitor. It is a large 400V 150uF made by "Taicon". This cap may or may not show swelling. There may be white material coming from one of the terminals. That terminals may just fall out of the cap. There may be sign of over heating, such as discoloration of the board or wrinkling of the plastic cover. A capacitance meter may show 0 capacitance or an open circuit. The replacement capacitor should be no longer than the original, 36mm, or it will not fit on the board. This capacitor fails so often, I recommend just replacing it, even if it measures good. Removing the power supply board is difficult because the socket for the power cord has to be pushed thru a narrow slot. I suggest widening that slot. A Dremel Mototool works very well for that. The is a "part 2" that goes into more detail on the power supply board at: https://youtu.be/TMnaImpRPTg For information on the inverter and back light problem, see: https://youtu.be/X9HdT140MEA
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Monitor White Screen Problem Fix GNR
 
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GNR TS2200W. I fixed this problem. Looked at other YT vids as a guide. Seems most monitors are built similar. Have included some tips on soldering. Found the fault was 2 blown capacitors.Good luck with yours. Music © 1982 King Rollo, used with permission.
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Samsung Plasma - High Sqeal and Green Lines - NOT Blown Capacitors - Something Else?
 
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Samsung Plasma - High Sqeal and Green Lines - NOT Blown Capacitors - Something Else? Hi, I have a 50" plasma by Samsung. I saw other vids that explained that it may be result of blown capacitors. I checked mine and they all look normal. TV squeals when turned on and has green lines in picture. It cycles off after 30 seconds and then then turns on without any problem and then the pic and sound are normal.
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Repairing fuse blowing power supplies
 
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This is a common fix for power supplies/circuits that blow fuses. Another issue not mentioned here which can cause the same symptom, is a bad main filter capacitor, or any capacitor after the rectifier stage of the power supply.
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Remove blown capacitor - lcd screen power supply
 
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I am not a professional. I have no official training. With that in mind, I do however like to tinker and fix things. This repair is for a 34" lcd tv with, what appears to be a bad power supply. This video is showing how to desolder capacitors from a circuit board, for the purpose of replacing them. Update: as of 02.02.2012 the T.V. is up and running. I soldered in new capacitors to replace those that were bad.
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Sceptre Monitor, no power on FIX, Black Screen FIX
 
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I took whole screen apart and sow that 2 capacitors blow up, I change them with same voltage one but different currency meaning but it still work out and working good.
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Westinghouse LCD TV Repair - No Picture
 
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Model CW40T8GW had sound but no picture. The CCFL backlight and inverter was good. T-Con board (Timing and Control) that drives LCD p/n 35D047889 (V400H1) was bad with blown fuse. This board is for RCA and Toshiba too. Got new replacement but the fuse blew too. Found shorted capacitor on LCD panel driver board. The main board was 29H1639A (CV318H-X). Has a blank black screen but a bad TCon board can also show faded washed out color and solarized image. These parts are used in many other TVs like Curtis Mathis, Samsung, ProScan, Craig, Hiteker and Apex
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Samsung Bad Capacitor 32" LCD TV
 
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Let's find the bad capacitor! Just how easy is it to fix a Samsung 32" LCD TV that won't power on? Chances are, it's just a bad capacitor. But don't ask Samsung! They have "no idea" of a problem with these TV's. Just remove a few screws around the perimeter of the back, remove a few screws from the small board and replace the bad capacitor. Which capacitor, you say? They one that is exploded with the brown goo coming out of the top. Fixed for less than $2
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MOST COMMON TV Fix - LCD Repair Service Video
 
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DIY Most Common fix for LCD TV flat screens, red light blinks, no power on Akai TV much like Samsung, Philips, LG, Vizio, Repairs Television flatscreen Service Review- tv no power, clicks on & off repair fix service video tutorial Akai TV Review MOST COMMON TV LCD REPAIR- BLOWN CAPS SERVICED, Get capacitors buy TV BOARDS & PARTS AT http://tampatec.blogspot.com/
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Samsung LNT4061F not turning on caused by 4 bad capacitors tulsatvandpcrepair
 
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Here I have the defective power supply board on the bench and discover 4 clearly blown electrolytic capacitors. This board is out of the Samsung LNT4061F TV and was responsible for the TV not wanting to turn on.
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common lcd monitor repair
 
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Link to instructions for taking it apart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEkckeT8Pz4 A fix for a common power supply failure that causes the monitor to either not turn on, lose the connection or power off immediately after being turned. In this case due to blown capacitors from a cheap manufacturer.
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This is why your tv died and What causes capacitors to blow up
 
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Find the correct TV part for your TV and more at ShopJimmy.com Click Here: http://bit.ly/ShopJimmy6 https://www.facebook.com/groups/svrepairtips/ http://www.facebook.com/AfterHoursTVPCRepair How to solder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRuKUXzFwCk How to identify a bad capacitor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvlNKZ8GzEg
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Repair - 37" Philips freebie TV
 
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The repair of a dead flatscreen TV, showing blown caps, leak area and overheated diode. A friend dropped off 3 old CRT's and this Philips TV for parts. We've never owned a flatscreen, so this was a great challenge to get it running again. Here's a link to the TV itself, though most seem to follow a similar failure pattern...caps and it seems the flyback diode blows following dramatic capacitor failure. In this case, one cap seems to have leaked/base melted onto the circuitboard. http://www.p4c.philips.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?slg=en&scy=us&ctn=37PFL5322D/37 A bit of a bonus...there were 2 remote controls with the dirtied up old TV's. One of them is for this TV and works great !
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LCD TV Repair - No Power, Power Supply Common Symptoms & Solutions - How to Replace Power Supply
 
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LCD TV Power Supply Tutorial Help for LCD TV Repair Fix Click Here to BUY TV REPAIR PARTS: http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=power+supply&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=powersupply&utm_campaign=powersupply I would like to say that if you are having a problem with your TV be sure to check the model number first. The model number appears in this little box over here. Every TV is different, this is a Sony LCD TV but you will see the model number and serial number over in a box like this. The model number are very important because that is what will help you to identify what parts are needed to repair your TV. If you are having a problem with your TV, please feel free to comment in the comments section below this video or send us a message on YouTube with your TV model number and the problem that you are having. This way we will be able to help you diagnose the problem and suggest a fix. So the first thing you are going to want to do is make sure you have unplugged your TV from any power source and that you have also grounded yourself properly. Next you will want to take out the screws in the TV that are holding the back cover on it. Every back cover of at TV is different but most are help in by screws and can be easily removed. So we have removed all of the screws here on the back of the TV, now we are just going to remove this back panel. One thing to consider is that not every TV is going to be the exact same. So not every TV will just have these four main parts some may have more and it may have less. Some of the parts might be connected, where you might have backlight inverters and power supplies on the same board. There are typically two different levels of repair for TV parts. You can open up your TV, find the board number and then look up that board number to find a replacement part or you can take your board and try and repair it at the component level. At the component level you would be testing different components on the board and making sure that they work. The first board we are going to look closer is the power supply. Now the power supply again, takes in power and distributes it throughout the TV. So the first thing that could go wrong here is that the TV set will not turn on. If you are not able to power on your TV the first thing I would do is double check that the outlet works. Try plugging something else into that outlet and be sure that it turns on. You could plug in a clock, you could plug in anything, but just be sure that the outlet works before you start taking your TV apart. If the outlet works and you are still not getting power to your TV, then you will want to take a look at the power supply. Power supplies will have a fuse on them. You can check the fuse to see if it is blown and if it is you can try replacing that and plug the TV back in. If the TV powers on and the fuse stays good, you should be set to go. If the fuse blows immediately after plugging the TV back in then you will have another issue on the board that is blowing that fuse. If you are going to try and check you fuse on your power supply, sometimes it can be a little bit more difficult. Some fuses are ceramic and you would need a meter to test that fuse to see if it is bad. Some common things to look for on these boards are blown capacitors, where you will have a capacitor like this that has become raised at the top or is leaking fluid. Again, just a reminder that if you have any issues with your TV and you can't quite figure out the problem, feel free to comment below this video in the comment section and try and be sure to include your TV model number, possibly the serial number and any symptoms or problems that your TV is displaying. If you do not want to post a comment below the video, please feel free to send us a YouTube message. The more information that you can provide to us about your TV issue, the faster and more accurate our response can be. Thank you for watching one of our many tutorials here at ShopJimmy.com. If you have any further questions regarding your repair, simply post a question in the comment section below or call our award winning customer service team at the number on your screen. We strive to learn and share new TV repair tips everyday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and grow with us, share our videos with your friends and help us spread the savings, and don't forget to hit that like button. TV Repair Made Easy™ © 2012 ShopJimmy.com, LLC.
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What Causes a Blown Fuse in TV Sylvania LCD
 
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Blown Fuse LCD TV NO POWER Service Guide for Sylvania lc32 Repair Video Guide Review Checking a fuse inside Flatscreen, Flat-screen, "flat screen" lc LC320SS2 GET POWER SUPPLY BOARD AT POWERSUPPLY check the board location for bad parts d604, d607, d610, d640, Q600 & Q601, R608, F601 PART # A17F8MPW BA17F8 http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=A17F8MPW OR BUY REPAIR KIT http://www.shopjimmy.com/emerson-a17f8mpw-power-supply-component-repair-kit.htm
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Plasma TV Repair - No Image, No Picture on TV Screen - How to Replace Power Supply Board
 
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Tutorial Help for Common power supply board problems for Plasma TV Repair Click Here to BUY TV REPAIR PARTS: http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=plasma&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=plasma&utm_campaign=plasma I would like to say that if you are having a problem with your TV be sure to check the model number first. The model number appears in this little box over here. Every TV is different. You will see the model number and serial number over in a box like this. The model number are very important because that is what will help you to identify what parts are needed to repair your TV. If you are having a problem with your TV, please feel free to comment in the comments section below this video or send us a message on YouTube with your TV model number and the problem that you are having. This way we will be able to help you diagnose the problem and suggest a fix. So the first thing you are going to want to do is make sure you have unplugged your TV from any power source and that you have also grounded yourself properly. Next you will want to take out the screws in the TV that are holding the back cover on it. So we are looking at a 42" plasma TV here and we are going to talk a little bit about the power supply right here. The power supply takes in power here from your outlet and then shares it throughout the rest of the TV. As you can see there are many areas where other boards are connected to the power supply, so that they may run off of the power provided here. A few common symptoms that a Plasma TV could be showing that could be the power supply. If your TV will not turn on at all and if you do or don't have standby it could be the power supply that is causing the TV not to turn on. One of the most common problems is the fuse going bad or blowing. That is one of the first things you will want to check on the power supply. If you replace that fuse, plus in the TV and it blows immediately then you know that you have an issue that is bigger on the power supply causing the fuse to blow. Some other common components that can go bad on a power supply are the capacitors. There are lots of other videos and Shop Jimmy even has some as well, but they will show how to replace a swollen capacitor. So if the tops become raised a little bit, that means there is an issue with the capacitor. There can also be other issues with the capacitors without them showing that swollen cap, but it is common that you will see that they are swollen and then need to be replaced. An easier way to fix your power supply problem rather than trying to diagnose the individual components, would be to just replace the entire board. Replacing the entire board simply includes disconnecting cables and removing screws that hold the board to the panel. You can then simply remove your board, install the new one by attaching the screws and reconnecting the cables. If you do not have technician skills, replacing the entire power supply board is a lot easier way to fix your problem, rather than diagnosing each individual component. Now it might be cheaper to diagnose each component and replace them, but it will take a lot longer and will require a lot higher skill level. Again, just a reminder that if you have any issues with your TV and you can't quite figure out the problem, feel free to comment below this video in the comment section and try and be sure to include your TV model number, possibly the serial number and any symptoms or problems that your TV is displaying. If you do not want to post a comment below the video, please feel free to send us a YouTube message. The more information that you can provide to us about your TV issue, the faster and more accurate our response can be. Thank you for watching one of our many tutorials here at ShopJimmy.com. We strive to learn and share new TV repair tips everyday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and grow with us, share our videos with your friends and help us spread the savings, and don't forget to hit that like button. TV Repair Made Easy™ © 2012 ShopJimmy.com, LLC.
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TV Repair Fix for Blown Fuse (Philips Magnavox Emerson Samsung LG)
 
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I show you how I repaired one of my TV's, an LED 22" Philips that blew a fuse about 2 years after I bought it. I replaced the fuse and it blew again, so it was a deeper problem. After some help from EEVBlog, ShopJimmy and a lot of patience, I fixed my TV for a few dollars! You can do it too and save yourself money. Why should a TV today last only 2 years? Stop this insanity that is wasting money and filling up land-fills with electronics waste! Service manual: https://www.manualslib.com/products/Philips-22pfl4507-F7-386069.html
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Hisense LED TV replaced blown capacitors.
 
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Just replaced capacitors With higher rated ones, is it going to work? Stay tuned.
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LG TV Repair Black Screen and Blinking Power Light
 
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Getting in the tv and trying to fix it. Most of the time when this problem happens it is a blown cap. This tv did not have blown caps so i just re-flowed the solder and it has seem to fix it so far.
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HOW TO SOLDER & UNSOLDER REVIEW
 
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HOW TO SOLDER & UNSOLDER this Soldering video Tutorial Guide is a how to guide desolder to desolder bad TV caps from a circuit soldering tv parts components swollen buldged bubbled capacitors in Television powersupply this works for many lcd & plasma flat screens, Sony , Samsung, Vizio, LG, GE, RCA, Element, ect, I'm using solder sucker plunger vs desoldering wire bad cap replaced from 26 inch lcd tv replacing bad caps in power board take out caps how to discharge a cap Keep safe practice when learning "HOW TO SOLDER" and "HOW TO UNSOLDER" also proper term is "HOW TO DESOLDER" learning "Soldering techniques" always use a good "soldering iron" soldergun are harder to use it's best to use a solderpen.
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EASY HOW TO FIX LED Vizio TV- no power
 
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DiY How to Fix LED LCD Vizio TV service repair - no power service repair review guide no red blinking led light, Common easy repair for LED LCD E420VT TV
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Testing the Samsung Syncmaster 203B Display
 
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This looks like yet another case of bad capacitors to me. It'll probably be a while before I get around to fixing it, although I probably have most if not all of the needed caps, since I've repaired other Samsung monitors with similar problems. I've given this monitor a very good cleaning after finding the insect remains inside it. Attempting to fumigate it might be an unwise thing to do.
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Plasma TV Repair Tutorial - Common Symptoms & Solutions - How to Fix Plasma TVs
 
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How to identify which board is causing the Plasma TV problem - How to Fix Plasma TVs Click Here for Plasma TV Parts: http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=plasma&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=plasma&utm_campaign=plasma This video is designed to be a guide for testing and troubleshooting your TV repair. Please note that other complications may exist that aren't addressed in this guide. While we always strive to provide accurate and detailed information, we can't guarantee that it will fix your TV's issues. We are going to take a look at the different boards on the back of the plasma TV and describe what each board is responsible for and the common problems or symptoms that can be shown by a TV and which is most likely responsible for those problems and symptoms. So, the first part we are going to look at is the power supply which is right here. The power supply takes in and distributes power throughout the TV. This board is either directly connected to your AC power cord or is connected to the AC adapter. Some common problems that can happen with your power supply, is that you have a dead set or your TV does not turn on and you have no standby at all, then you know that you are not getting any power to the TV. You could have a situation where you do have standby, but you can't get the TV to turn on. That could also be caused from your power supply. You could have a bad power supply also if your fuse blows. This power supply has a few different fuses. The main board which is located over here typically manages your accessory inputs and outputs and houses the TV tuner. So this is what sends the signal from your HDMI ports, your RCA connectors, your VGA input, all your different inputs go through here and are connected elsewhere to get the picture on the screen. If the set in total resets on its own with you doing anything, it could be your main board that is causing that. If you are having issues with the video on the screen it could be a connection here or the main board is not allowing you to have the full resolution or clear image. Again if any of these inputs don't seem to be working with your TV it could be a bad connection here. The y-sustain, which is located right here can also be called a y-sus board, a y-main board, and an SC board. So the y-sustain here, connects your PDP assembly through a buffer system most commonly known as a y-buffer or y-scan drive. Which is right here. Some common symptoms of a bad y-sustain, the TV shuts down and power cycles. That would be your TV turns off, and then turns back on again and then turns back off and such. So its running through a power cycle. If you have no picture on the screen, this could also be the y-sustain or if you have a dark picture on the screen. If you have a flashing screen with shadowy sections, this could be the y-sustain. If your TV makes a popping noise, which is usually quite loud and then you have no picture on the screen, this could be caused from the y-sustain. So, the y-buffer can also be known as a y-scan drive. This y-buffer again is what connects the y-sustain to the panel. These orange colored connections right here are built into the actual TV panel and are what connect to the y-buffer. So if you have a problem with any of these ribbon cables here, they will not be repairable as they are connected right into the panel. A common symptom of a bad y-buffer board is if you have black horizontal lines running across your entire screen. They would run from one side to the other. Over here we have the x-sustain board. Common terms for the x-sustain board is x-sus, x-main, z-sus, z-sustain and SS board. Common symptoms that your TV is showing that could be the z-sustain is you will typically have a picture of some kind on the screen, but it tends to look very red or purpley, the picture could be very dark and flash a little bit, you could be getting slow-motion effects on the TV as the panel isn't charging and discharging pixels correctly. So that can be some common problems that could be your x-sustain. Next we are going to take a look at the logic board. This board can also be referred to as the main logic control board, the control board and the logic main. The logic board is connected to the main board and address buffers, via flat-ribbon cables and can sometimes be hidden underneath the main board. TV Repair Made Easy™ © 2012 ShopJimmy.com, LLC.
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How to replace Capacitors in Sony CRT TVs & Monitors
 
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Welcome to Retro Tech. This is part 2 of my spotlight restoration of a Sony Trinitron KV-27V26 Consumer TV. Today's episode covers capacitor replacement. If you want to see how I took this TV apart please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j80qbU6KbFE&t=27s Our video today show how to do a capacitor replacement. I replaced all the capacitors in this TV. Stay to the end to see if any caps had failed that were replaced. Also part 3 is coming. I will be attempting to add RGB SCART to this TV! Please let me know what you think and subscribe and like the video if you haven't already. Thanks and have a great day.
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how to fix horizontal or vertical lines on lcd tv
 
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Link to tutorial video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNNhghZ1pkA Link to parts(check ebay if not available): http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=sony+t-con Common Issues: Bad T-Con/Mainboard(causes vertical/horizontal lines or half of the screen is black) Power Supply Failure(Bad Capacitors,Blown Fuse, Bad rectifier) [means that tv won't turn on or shuts off randomly] Backlight Inverter(on non led backlit tvs)[picture comes on but then disappears while you still have sound, or picture is there but very very dim you can check this by looking at the TV in a completely dark room or when taken apart by shining an LED flashlight behind the panel to see if the picture is in fact there]
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MOST COMMON REPAIR FOR LCD - NO POWER
 
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HOW TO REPAIRING FLAT SCREEN LCD - NO POWER REVIEW FIXING AMERICAN DYNAMICS MONITOR SERVICE VIDEO TUTORIAL "LCD REPAIR" "FIXING COMPUTER MONITOR" MOST COMMON LCD REPAIR BLINKING RED LED LIGHT BLINKS FLASHING EASY LCD TV REPAIR EVER.
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How to Fix a TV Hit By Lightning or Power Surge
 
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Learn some steps on how to diagnose and repair an LCD TV that was taken out by lightning. This particular TV is a 52" Sony but as long as yours is an lcd tv then these steps to diagnose should be the same. Post any questions or comments below. If you need a multimeter, here are two options (cheap & super awesome). The one in the video is a cheap radio shack one I got a while back. Cheap Multimeter (auto-ranging)*: http://amzn.to/2siYJuD Super Awesome Multimeter (I have the fluke 115)*: http://amzn.to/2sSdfq2 *We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
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HOW TO FIX LCD TV REVIEW - Bad Picture Screen
 
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HOW TO FIX SYLVANIA LCD TV REVIEW - DISTORTED smeared RAINBOW COLORS on Flat Screen flickers blinks or red green blue blotches with dark shadow spots but if color snow aka noise in picture screen just buy the-cap repair kit for your tv model, capacitors act like filters and store energy to help kick on TV for power-supply. 6637lct tv repair.
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Plasma TV Repair - No Image, No Picture on Plasma TV Screen - How to Replace Y-Buffer & Y-Sustain
 
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Samsung Panasonic Plasma TV Repair Overview - No Image on Screen Click Here to BUY TV REPAIR PARTS: http://www.shopjimmy.com/tvs/tv-y-sustain-boards?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=yboards&utm_campaign=yboards Symptoms of Y buffer & Y sustain - How to diagnose Plasma TV This video is designed to be a guide for testing and troubleshooting your TV repair. Please note that other complications may exist that aren't addressed in this guide. While we always strive to provide accurate and detailed information, we can't guarantee that it will fix your TV's issues. If you have any questions, please contact us at sales@shopjimmy.com or (877) 881-6492. We are taking a look at a Samsung Plasma TV here. We have got a 42'' model and we are going to take a look at the Y-sustain and the Y-buffer. Now the Y-sustain here basically takes the power from the power supply and distributes it to the buffer which then distributes the power throughout the panel. Some common problems that you could see with the Y-sustain here would be that the TV shuts down and power cycles but there is no picture on the screen. Some other symptoms would be that you have a dark picture on the screen, you have dots or speckles on the image that you are seeing on the screen or you have a flashing screen often with shadowy sections. You also may hear that the TV makes a popping sound, it is usually pretty loud and then the TV after the popping sound would not be showing an image. Some common symptoms of a problem that could be the y-buffer is that you have no picture on the screen, you have black lines going across the screen. Those lines are typically horizontal and they go all the way across the entire screen. These black lines could also be caused by damage to these ribbon cables. These cables connect to the y-buffer and then are connected to the panel itself. So you want to make that if you are ever working on this board that you do not damage these connections here, the ribbon cables. You can also get lines across the screen if these ribbon cables are not seated correctly. So, if you do replace this board, you will want to make sure that these connections are properly put all the way back in and line up correctly. Just a reminder that if you are having any problems with your plasma TV please feel free to comment in the comment section below and please include your TVs model number and the symptoms that your TV is displaying. We will respond to your question or comment as soon as we can with our recommended repair. So now we are going to take a closer look at the ribbon cable connections on this y-buffer board. These connections are very fragile and they are actually bonded into the panel on the other side. So the ribbon cable is bonded into the panel here which you cannot remove and then comes up here into the y-buffer which you can disconnect if you need to replace the board. Now you will always want to be gentle and remove this tape very smoothly. After you have removed that tape, you can flip up the tab here, this black tab very carefully. Never use a screwdriver or any tool to open this, only use your finger. After you have that pulled up, you can simply pull out the ribbon cable connection here. Sometimes it can be a little bit difficult. Once you have that pulled out, you can go ahead and continue with the rest of them and then remove your board. To connect them back in, you will want to just slide it in here and you will hear it pop just a little bit on this model it will kind of click into place. There we go, once you feel that it is back in there smoothly, you can again push down on this tab to secure it and then if your tape is still connected, you can run that tape over smoothly to keep it in place. Now since these two boards are connected and they share a lot of common symptoms, it is always recommended that you replace both at the same time. Thank you for watching one of our many tutorials here at ShopJimmy.com. If you have any further questions regarding your repair, simply post a question in the comment section below or call our award winning customer service team at the number on your screen. We strive to learn and share new TV repair tips everyday. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and grow with us, share our videos with your friends and help us spread the savings, and don't forget to hit that like button. TV Repair Made Easy™ © 2012 ShopJimmy.com, LLC.
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Samsung 42 plasma standby power fix
 
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This is a 2005 Insignia 42" plasma. Model IS-EDPLTV42 Features a Samsung PDP display S42SD-YD05 Set was totally dead, just the red standby light. Learn a few tricks from a retired TV repair professional.
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My Samsung TV Won't Turn On!
 
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My Samsung TV won't turn on! I'm assuming you didn't blow a fuse in that corner of the room. There are other things on in that corner, so I know I didn't blow a fuse in the fuse box or trip the breaker. The TV might not turn on if someone unplugged it from a hard reboot. I hate how you have to unplug and re-plug in a lot of things to reboot when pushing buttons doesn't work. Speaking of buttons, have you tried pushing the button on the TV? No, why? I wonder if the reason it won't turn on when you push the button on the remote is that the batteries in the remote are dead. Pushing the button on the TV will tell you if the problem is the TV or the remote. I can check that. And make sure nothing is covering the sensor on the TV that picks up its signal. Then it wouldn't turn on. This isn’t like someone putting a bandaid over the computer's camera to protect their privacy. Yes, that's obvious, as is something on the shelf in front of the TV blocking it. I don't see it that way. There were Samsung TVs made from 2006 to 2008 that had capacitor problems that caused them to die too soon. My TV isn't old enough to be affected by that problem. Samsung TVs made after that point can still have capacitor issues. You know it is the capacitor problem when it won't turn on for a while after you hit the on button, and then it just doesn't come on. This is more of a sudden failure. If there was a pop or clicking, I'd say one internal capacitor too many failed. In 2012, Samsung had to say many of their flat screen TVs had cap issue that caused them to shut down. What causes the problem? Or what makes them defective? They don't relay power as efficiently as they should. The energy turns into heat. So the capacitors blow up like popcorn kernels as they are cooked. I've heard of a similar problem occurring when it needed a firmware update because the auto shut off kept shutting it off too soon. At least that's a software fix that's easy, compared to taking the TV apart and hoping I could replace the wider blown out fuses with ones that work. You update the firmware when it is connected to the internet, though you may need to power cycle it. I need to get it to work first. You can download the Samsung firmware off the website, put it on a USB drive, plug it into the TV, and see if it updates. You're assuming I see the menu to do that. Actually, try pushing the menu button and seeing if that comes up. If it does, the remote and TV are fine but the input cables aren't working. Or my cable box died. Switch the HDMI cables from one to two and then switch the input source via the menu. Then you can see if it is the input source. Or the cable, if I switch the input source from DVR to cable box to on air TV and see something on the other settings. If you don't see something on the other settings, plugging in the USB with the firmware may be enough to get the update process started. Or making sure it is connected to the internet and power cycling it. The only thing you haven't told me to power cycle is the router. I'm assuming if you can get to the website to download the firmware update, that isn't necessary. And if the TV has a burned out power supply or one of the board, though, that won't matter. At least then I can't feel like an idiot when he tries something at my pay grade.
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Samsung LCD TV Power Supply Repair, Capacitor Replace, LN46A630
 
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In this video, I will show you how to replace the power supply capacitors on a Samsung LN46A630 LCD TV. This procedure will apply to several other Samsung TVs.
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