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The tops of mine were buldging. Hard to see in the picture without zooming in
I can easily see them but that may be because I already know which ones they are.
Yes, I'm so happy and grateful. It's so nice to be able to do a little research and save so much money. It cost me $12_inc shipping +1hr of my time.
I was just thinking they might be tied together is because they do it intermittently and how the power is cycling on n off. I know they are different and not the same circuits but wondered if the fast powering on n off could maybe cause it. As you can tell I'm no electronics expert lol. I was researching how to "fix" stuck pixels and some things I read made me think it might. Guess I'll take that on once I take care of the caps. Thanks for all the help!
Thanks! I was able to find them @ parts express. Also there were comments from people who used them for exactly the same thing. I did have another question; while dealing with this issue did you or anyone else notice any stuck pixels, sometimes when when the TV finally turned on? Sometimes when mine comes on I will have that but if I turn on and off a few times they will go away. I have a feeling it's connected somehow. And one more thing, I noticed 2 fuses so I was thinking about changing those to while I was in there. Any thoughts? Thanks again!
Hi, I was just given one of these, 40',. Same issue lol. Has a really nice picture when it's on. So I really want to fix it. Been doing a lot of research about the problem and have looked through lots of articles and videos but I like this post. Thanks for the posting it. I know its old but good info is good info! I wanted to ask if you or anyone else who may see this, know of a good place to order the caps? Also I noticed theres 2 fuses, I was thinking about going ahead and replacing those too while I'm in there, couldn't hurt, rt? OK, THANKS! again and please let me know if you know of any place.
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