FixItUrselfDummy: if the problem is the capacitors, then this will work with any tv brand and model.
KBHLL Broomy: Hi will this work with my lg 37lc2b tv?
jimbo slice: i found this trying to find help for my chirping magnavox 42. I replaced the capacitors and to my dismay this did not fix the problem. the red standby light turns green and i have a black screen. What would you recommend?
DJ Lucke: Yeah I always say You tube is your best friend for DIY prodjects and for those that aren't rich,
MichaelJerkson: Same problem just happened to my 60pa5500... Did you figure it out?
FixItUrselfDummy: good luck. im sure youll do just fine
pixiesprimecut: TAKE PHOTOS OF YOUR CAPACITORS or anything else BEFORE you remove anything,just so you can check you put things back exactly ! good vid Fixit...i have to open up my tv tomorrow...let's hope i can fix it.
pixiesprimecut: hey john the capacitors are not responsible for speakers,but in my experience the thing that happens with speakers is that one or two simple slide on clip wires come loose off the back of the speaker due to vibration of the speakers over time.so if you can manage to either try looking through your speaker cover with a torch or take the cover off to get access to speaker.
Ducmart24: Thank you so much Brotha!!! Awesome vid. Mine works wonderfully now.
john rambo: my left sound speaker does not not have any sound so i have to the balance all the way to the right would changing the capacators help with this and it also does what yours was doing. thanks please reply your time thanks
isabelle ize: lol i was thinking i know youre not crazy to put the video on youtube if it dont work lol
SyDiko: 25 tv repair shops dislike this video.
refranklin: Where did you find the capacitors? I have a 47" Philips and mine has the same issue
Sebastian Alfredo Tamayo Rojas: LG suck¡¡¡
elstado1: hey what power soldering iron did you use for this job? will a 30w iron be hot enough to melt off the existing solder to remove the caps?
govoni1: Video is so shaky that it is hard to follow.
ChristopherJamesMuse: Worked like a charm!!! TV is fixed for under 6 bucks! Thanks big time man! You saved me a ton from having to buy a new TV. Cheers!
Renderceg: Mate, perfect!!! Well sort of... I did exactly as you said and to my pleasant surprise - my TV burst back to life. Here's the sticking point. The next day, feeling rather happy watching the news I decided to re-tune the channels - wiping all existing tuned channels. It would not tune again, Each time I try, I hear an obvious 'crack' noise (I believe through the speaker). I checked the solder joins to ensure i hadn't 'crossed' anything, USB photos work perfectly - just wont tune... HELP?
Ricky Fermin: That's great! Thanks for sharing!
mrcrtking: Hi no the "stuff" the cap is oozing is the electrolyte that's basically been vented by a build up of gas in the aluminium can, this buildup has caused the safety vent lines to tear, the gas has built up because the caps have got warm and are cheap quality so the electrolyte over time with heat and voltage produces a gas that eventually causes the cap to pop and dry out !!! 20 yeare in the trade repairing power supplies and TVs and still going (o:
KiloooNL: Match the uF rating & Voltage rating. If you can't find any with the same voltage you can go a higher voltage. But always stick to uF rating.
Nick Lohmann: How do I know what capacitors to use? Do they need to match the voltage ratings?
ken albert: blessed lov to u mn,
i have a problem with a plasma LG 50pa5500 tv
it clicks on with the remote but keep clicks off back
i tried to look tru the boards and chck for faults
but still cant find the problem , could u r any 1 help
me out with any advise thnx.
Wayne Coolidge: NO kidding DOGG way to go.
Rags722: Just for the record, you don't "BURN" the solder. In fact, you want to melt the solder by heating the work and touching the solder to the work, not the iron. Also, for a couple of bucks, buy a solder sucker and it will let you remove the original solder with ease after melting it with the iron. The "stuff" the cap is oozing is the cooling oil and depending on the age of the product can be a health hazard ( cancer), do don't touch them with bare hands.
MATERHATER37: It works thank god
DaAlzki7852: Same here brother, did you get a list of the capacitors you will need?
DaAlzki7852: My LG Tv has the same problem, but it turns on after about 15 - 30 min at times it takes hours lol, that is what has been keeping me from taking it apart. Did you find out the capacitors you needed just by taking it apart, taking them off and comparing them at the store? Did you obtain the specs somewhere?
Manuel Garcia: I'm having a problem with my lg 32lc2d... At first it would go crazy after while with picture no sound, sound but no picture then no picture no sound with green blinking light...So i just replaced the whole power supply seeing as how that was much more easier for me to do.... so i installed the new power supply and it comes and stays on without shutting off great but i get no picture not even a backlight any clues? i'm thinking it's the inverter but i could sure use your help.
elstado1: Hey what power soldering iron did you need to use? I was gonna get a 25W one but read around and think that might not be hot enough to remove the solder. Might get a 40W version instead but that will cost a bit extra ($19 vs $12 AUD).
elstado1: Thanks man! I've got a LG 42" LCD TV that is about 4 years old that just started to play up, it eventually turns on but it takes around 8-10 minutes to "warm" up before it will show the picture. I think the caps are gone and need to be replaced. Will go to my local electronics store this weekend and buy the gear to fix it. FTW!
Ringo Moss: What is the beat in the background?
gitano2014: I have a Magnavox 47MF437B/37 and the power would just shut off when I turned it on. Thanks to this video it is now working perfectly ! thank you so much for posting this I knew exactly what to look for and the capacitors only cost me $12 and it was fairly easy to solder back..saved me a lot of money thanks again
Eric M: Bad caps is the most common problem and the easiest to fix.
Nigel Christianson: HOLY crap BALLS. LMAO!!
murkydc: Our LG LCD TV has the same problem and will check the capacitors if busted and replace it myself. thanks for your vid
Eric Barrow: I hope u don't die either Triple-X. Wait....it's Vin Diesel he's immortal right?
Thomas Mander: thanks so much ....... i broken my mum and dads tv and they grounded me and took away all my precious things, so one night i went down with the capacitors i ordered and took apart the tv and fixed it thanks !!
lilwil73able: Too much work wen yu can go to walmart an go buy another one
Jaime Mercado: Men I watch your video and it inspire me to fix my TV. Same issue, open the TV up and found a couple of capacitors blown. I didn't even knew what a capacitor was! The hard part was to find them. I had to order them online. I just finish fixing it, turned it on and woalaaaa! Working! Thanks a lot sir!
Kira Bracero: You mentioned in the video, to get large capacitors so the TV last longer. How big should the capacitors be?, Should they all be the same size?
mezonesxbox: FIY Ebay sells the boards freshly pulled from broken glass TV's all specific to your model or even NEW! EASY DIY.
Also Radio repair in my town will do the capacitors for 20 bucks!! Newport Tv, CA
thor7789: Vin Diesel fixing a tv! Cool. ;)
SamFreedom: Btw, another comment mentioned two large capacitors that hold voltage and can kill you. Any safety suggestions? Discharge capacitors manually? Will they discharge if left unplugged for X hours? etc
SamFreedom: Lol you were really proud of yourself... probably going to save me $600 too
Shawn Collins: "Holy crap balls" I'm going to have to try this myself. My TV comes on after we turn it on and off a few times. It "warms up" then works fine. Just annoying... so I'm going to look at this fix this weekend. Thanks!
adam p: Lol hope I don't die.
adam p: Lol if
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