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DON’T THROW IT OUT!!!
Another youtube repair video that applies to many popular brands of 32″- 52+” Plasma TVs. Samsung makes most Plasma screens on earth, hence your *whatever brand name* Plasma TV has both the Samsung screen AND the matching Samsung power supply board. So this video most likely applies to you.
If your TV is different inside or is LCD, then simply look for blown capacitors in other locations. Youtube “Pictures of bad capacitors” for a quick tutorial.
The parts listed in this video are for the two 3,300uF capacitors identified in this video only. If replacing a capacitor in a different location, be sure your replacement capacitor has the same voltage and capacitance rating.
I recommend only Panasonic EB series electrolytic capacitors as they are extremely well made. Capable of surviving the high temperature/stress application in the power supply.
Finally, If the entire family waited in anxious glory as you unboxed that new TV…. get a UPS for it.
The UPS unit will save you from many capacitor related problems. Has to be a UPS, not a simple surge or spike protector…..
UPS has a small internal computer and a battery source that monitors your AC socket for surges (from vacuum cleaners or microwave ovens). If there is a quick spike, it kills it and switches over to another source of power. It is almost a requirement for any new high dollar appliance!!!
UPS = uninterruptible power supply = $80-$100 from the local office supply superstore.
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