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Tv board help!?!?

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by PoliticalGame, Nov 2, 2016.

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  1. PoliticalGame

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    I had the same thing happen to my older Samsung LCD TV in the past and it was an easy fix that I did myself after watching YouTube videos. What is the make/model of the TV?
     
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    Samsung. Sec ill fet the model.

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    Do you know what they refer to the yellow board as?

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    Replacement capacitors can be ordered online or you might be able to find them at an electronics store such as Fry's (if you have one where you live)

    Have you checked YouTube for instructional videos on how to do the repair. This is a very common problem with Samsung LCD TVs especially older ones. Typically you can just buy a soldering iron and remove the old capacitor and solder a new one yourself without having to replace the entire board. Just make sure to take a picture of the board before you disconnect the wires prior to unscrewing and removing the board.
     
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    Just search YouTube for "Samsung TV Capacitor" and you'll get tons of videos showing how to do the repair yourself. The capacitors are cheap so your biggest cost will be purchasing a soldering iron and handheld solder pump if you don't already own them. Total cost for solder iron, pump, and capacitors shouldn't cost more than $20 or so total.
     
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