Question about Samsung Televison & Video
Hello Brenda, for what it indicates, you would have a problem in the power supply or on the main board of your TV, contact a specialized technical service
Hola Brenda, por lo que indica, tendr?a un problema en la fuente de alimentaci?n o en la placa principal de su televisor, contactese con un servicio t?cnico especializado
Posted on Apr 14, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: just black screen
Hi i have the same problem i think it is the power board you can buy these on ebay for about £200 i havent botherd as yet as i might just buy another tv as ive had no end of trouble with it dont think i would ever buy a hyundai tv again!!
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
Had the same problem myself. Took some doing but I managed to find a service bulletin that I downloaded. The problem is with the siene module and all you need to do is unplug connector JP63A from the main board and your TV will work again.
Take the back off the TV (there are a lot of screws) and look on the left hand side of the main circuit board that is mounted in the center of the TV. You will see a small white connector that is labelled JP63A, simply unplug it. Plug the TV back in and let it reboot. That's it, should be able to watch immediately.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
most times then not it's the capacitors on your power board that blew there for not supplying the tv with enough power if you open it up and check the capacitors it should be leaking some kind of liquid or the tops have bubbled up. its an easy fix cost>>2 dollars each
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
open back cover check 5v filter capacitor on powersupply board that is either 1000uf or 2000uf
do you see any bulging capacitor? replace with top quality capacitor.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
There is a way to tell if you have a bad board, or a bad panel.
1. Make the room dark and turn on the TV. Can you see it light up? If so, does it stay lit or turn right back off?
2. If the panel lights, but you have no picture, I would suspect the T-con. Some units now have the T-con incorporated with the main board, so you will need to check.
3. If you never get any light at all, then I would suspect the power supply.
4. If you only get light for a second or two, then you have a bad panel.
Posted on Apr 10, 2012
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