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Old 10-04-2019, 07:54 AM   #41
wyrmzr72
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Default Re: samsung ln40b530p7fxza light up problem

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Originally Posted by nomoresonys View Post
Replace the 2 caps for starters, it may be your only problem.
That pretty much confirms my thinking. The one thing that I hate with this one is that we had a bad electrical storm a few days before it quit.
I'm hoping this doesn't mean I've got more damage here than the caps. I'm also from the "Old Days", where most of the bad caps I saw were on computer motherboards, and those never seemed to blow out the bottoms; they usually bulged and began to leak out the tops.
Pics attached now. The caps I'm looking at are the yellow ones; the dust on the base looks like it's got something holding it in place. If the owner of the unit was a smoker, I'd associate that with the residue, but she is not.
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