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tobyj1993



Joined: 04 Jan 2010
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:44 pm    Post subject: Akai LCT42Z6TM Flickers Reply with quote

I have an Akai LCT42Z6TM that is having issues. I know that these are not great quality TV's but I got it from a friend for nothing so it's worth my time to see what I can do to fix it. The symptoms are as follows: Turning on TV most of the time the whole LCD flickers and clicks at the same time illuminating the Akai background. Then the right side goes dark. It will display a television signal on that left side as well just fine with sound. Sometimes after turning on and off a few times the whole screen will display so it is intermittent. Now I have read up a lot on these TV's and the problems with the bad caps. I have replaced all in the upper left corner of the main board as described in other articles as well as a few others on the main board that looked like they were bulging. I have not replaced any on the power supply board. I have inspected them and visually I see no issues. Another note, there appears to be a tiny resister on the Main Board that could possibly be a bit charred. Anyone have any thoughts? Should I just replace all the caps on the power supply board?
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