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현재 버전 게시자: Claire Miesch (투표 내용) ,

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I also have a similar problem, and I didn’t find the solution so far.[br]
Tv is working for some seconds to hours, and then turns off, tries to turn on in a loop with clicking noises.[br]
[br]
I changed the power board (took months coming from Asia). Still the same problem.[br]
Thought that this new board was not that “new” and suffered the same usual issues. So I checked the capacitors that really look fine (no bulge at all, no substance coming out..)[br]
[br]
Indeed, although capacitors are the problem 98% of the time, I’m thinking that I may be in the 2%…[br]
Digging and the searching the Internet, I found a guy with the same issue, with capacitors looking fine.[br]
He found out that tv was working horizontally, and not vertically, and that was caused by the metal back panel.[br]
[br]
I also noticed that my TV seemed to work fine without the metal back panel.
I remember that I could “feel” some kind of light electricity when touching the back panel. I did not worry that much at the time, as it is the same with my aluminium laptop.[br]
[br]
-Still, I’m wondering if there is not a kind of electrical ins++ulation here. But I have no idea how I could fix this. And I can’t let the back panel opened with kids around…++
+Still, I’m wondering if there is not a kind of electrical insulation here. But I have no idea how I could fix this. And I can’t let the back panel opened with kids around…

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편집자: Damien Lockner ,

텍스트:

I also have a similar problem, and I didn’t find the solution so far.[br]
-
Tv is working for some seconds to hours, and then turns off, tries to turn on in a loop with clicking noises.[br]
+[br]
+
+I changed the power board (took months coming from Asia). Still the same problem.[br]
+
+Thought that this new board was not that “new” and suffered the same usual issues. So I checked the capacitors that really look fine (no bulge at all, no substance coming out..)[br]
[br]
-
-I changed the power board (took months coming from Asia). Still the same problem.[br]
-
-
-Thought that this new board was not that “new” and suffered the same usual issues. So I checked the capacitors that really look fine (no bulge at all, no substance coming out..)[br]
-
-
-[br]
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-
Indeed, although capacitors are the problem 98% of the time, I’m thinking that I may be in the 2%…[br]
-
Digging and the searching the Internet, I found a guy with the same issue, with capacitors looking fine.[br]
-
He found out that tv was working horizontally, and not vertically, and that was caused by the metal back panel.[br]
-
[br]
-
I also noticed that my TV seemed to work fine without the metal back panel.
I remember that I could “feel” some kind of light electricity when touching the back panel. I did not worry that much at the time, as it is the same with my aluminium laptop.[br]
-
[br]
-
-Still, I’m wondering if there is not a kind of electrical insulation here. But I have no idea how I could fix this. And I can’t let the back panel opened with kids around…
+Still, I’m wondering if there is not a kind of electrical ins++ulation here. But I have no idea how I could fix this. And I can’t let the back panel opened with kids around…++

현황:

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+deleted

편집자: Damien Lockner ,

텍스트:

I also have a similar problem, and I didn’t find the solution so far.[br]
+
Tv is working for some seconds to hours, and then turns off, tries to turn on in a loop with clicking noises.[br]
+
[br]
+
I changed the power board (took months coming from Asia). Still the same problem.[br]
+
Thought that this new board was not that “new” and suffered the same usual issues. So I checked the capacitors that really look fine (no bulge at all, no substance coming out..)[br]
+
[br]
+
Indeed, although capacitors are the problem 98% of the time, I’m thinking that I may be in the 2%…[br]
+
Digging and the searching the Internet, I found a guy with the same issue, with capacitors looking fine.[br]
+
He found out that tv was working horizontally, and not vertically, and that was caused by the metal back panel.[br]
+
[br]
+
I also noticed that my TV seemed to work fine without the metal back panel.
I remember that I could “feel” some kind of light electricity when touching the back panel. I did not worry that much at the time, as it is the same with my aluminium laptop.[br]
+
[br]
-Still, I’m wondering if there is not a kind of electrical ins++ulation here. But I have no idea how I could fix this. And I can’t let the back panel opened with kids around…++
+
+Still, I’m wondering if there is not a kind of electrical insulation here. But I have no idea how I could fix this. And I can’t let the back panel opened with kids around…

현황:

open

원문 게시자: Damien Lockner ,

텍스트:

I also have a similar problem, and I didn’t find the solution so far.[br]

Tv is working for some seconds to hours, and then turns off, tries to turn on in a loop with clicking noises.[br]

[br]

I changed the power board (took months coming from Asia). Still the same problem.[br]

Thought that this new board was not that “new” and suffered the same usual issues. So I checked the capacitors that really look fine (no bulge at all, no substance coming out..)[br]

[br]

Indeed, although capacitors are the problem 98% of the time, I’m thinking that I may be in the 2%…[br]

Digging and the searching the Internet, I found a guy with the same issue, with capacitors looking fine.[br]

He found out that tv was working horizontally, and not vertically, and that was caused by the metal back panel.[br]

[br]

I also noticed that my TV seemed to work fine without the metal back panel.

I remember that I could “feel” some kind of light electricity when touching the back panel. I did not worry that much at the time, as it is the same with my aluminium laptop.[br]

[br]

Still, I’m wondering if there is not a kind of electrical ins++ulation here. But I have no idea how I could fix this. And I can’t let the back panel opened with kids around…++

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