Facing TV Problems? Ask a TV Technician.
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To get started, I need to know you are able to reply to me here with some more information (additional details may be required):
1. What is the full model number of the Tv? see sticker on back of tv2. How long have you had the Tv?
3. What is your level of experience with electronics?
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Have ever changed a circuit board?
Do you own a multi-meter?
Are you able to measure live voltages while the tv is plugged in?
Assuming no damage to the screen or spilled moisture into tv... First need to check for bulging capacitors on ALL the boards. Look at the top of the capacitors. The top should be flat and clean. If you see that the top if rounded and may have some rusty looking stuff on it, then the capacitor is bad. Here is an example photo:
If you see bad caps then you can either solder new ones on to the board or just replace the entire board:
If you don't see bad caps, then measuring voltages is the next step. Look for the multi-pin connectors on the POWER board. Black lead to metal chassis ground, red lead to test point. Set meter to DC volts. Watch meter as you plug in power cord and press power button. Unplug power cord. Repeat for next pin on the connector.
I'm not sure what you mean. You need to see if you are getting 5v and 12v and 24v on the Power board connector pins. The pins are labeled with voltages. In the example picture below the the multi-pin connectors are on the right edge of the board:
Black lead to metal chassis ground, red lead to test point. Set meter to DC volts. Watch meter as you plug in power cord and press power button. Unplug power cord. Repeat for next pin on the connector.
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