Introduction

The TV turns off by itself after a while or the TV will not start, blown off capacitors could be the source off error.

MAKE SURE THAT YOUR DEVICE IS UNPLUGED!
  • MAKE SURE THAT YOUR DEVICE IS UNPLUGED!

  • Open the case carefully while loosing the marked srews.

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Check the power-board. If there are any blown-up capacitors, you should replace them.
  • Check the power-board. If there are any blown-up capacitors, you should replace them.

  • For removing the capacitors, remove the board, take a soldering bolt and heat the solder points at the back of the board.

  • Insert the replacement capacitors and solder it. Check the poles!

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Note: If you are not sure about the condition of the capacitors you can prove it with a good measuring device after the expansion.
  • Note: If you are not sure about the condition of the capacitors you can prove it with a good measuring device after the expansion.

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Conclusion

Not all capacitors are need in any case. To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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