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Loud bang then tv powered off

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Hi. I wonder if someone can help
Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost. There was no smoke or smell. It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.
I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.
I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals. I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up. It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number. Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty is going to work itself
Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action? Especially if they have had a similar experience. The TV is jsut over 6 years old. Its an LG 42LN5708
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Editado por: Limey Teuton ,

Título:

Loud bang then tv powered off

Texto:

Hi. I wonder if someone can help
Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost. There was no smoke or smell. It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.
I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.
I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals. I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up. It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number. Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty is going to work itself
Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action? Especially if they have had a similar experience. The TV is jsut over 6 years old. Its an LG 42LN5708
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[image|1976778]
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+[image|1977912][image|1977907]

dispositivo:

LG Television

Status:

open

Editado por: Limey Teuton ,

Título:

Loud bang then tv powered off

Texto:

Hi. I wonder if someone can help
Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost. There was no smoke or smell. It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.
I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.
I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals. I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up. It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number. Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty is going to work itself
Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action? Especially if they have had a similar experience. The TV is jsut over 6 years old. Its an LG 42LN5708
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[image|1976778]
[image|1976785]
[image|1976786]
[image|1976787]
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dispositivo:

LG Television

Status:

open

Editado por: Limey Teuton ,

Título:

Loud bang then tv powered off

Texto:

Hi. I wonder if someone can help
Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost. There was no smoke or smell. It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.
I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.
I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals. I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up. It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number. Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty is going to work itself
Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action? Especially if they have had a similar experience. The TV is jsut over 6 years old. Its an LG 42LN5708
[image|1976777]
[image|1976778]
[image|1976785]
[image|1976786]
[image|1976787]
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+[image|1977908]

dispositivo:

LG Television

Status:

open

Editado por: Limey Teuton ,

Título:

-Load bang then tv powered off
+Loud bang then tv powered off

Texto:

Hi.  I wonder if someone can help

Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost.  There was no smoke or smell.  It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.

I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.

I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals.  I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up.  It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number.  Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty  is going to work itself

Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action?  Especially if they have had a similar experience.  The TV is jsut over 6 years old.  Its an LG 42LN5708

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[image|1976778]

[image|1976785]

[image|1976786]

[image|1976787]

dispositivo:

LG Television

Status:

open

Editado por: Limey Teuton ,

Título:

Load bang then tv powered off

Texto:

Hi. I wonder if someone can help
Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost. There was no smoke or smell. It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.
I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.
I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals. I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up. It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number. Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty is going to work itself
Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action? Especially if they have had a similar experience. The TV is jsut over 6 years old. Its an LG 42LN5708
-[image|1976777][image|1976778]
+[image|1976777]
+
+[image|1976778]
+
+[image|1976785]
+
+[image|1976786]
+
+[image|1976787]

dispositivo:

LG Television

Status:

open

Editado por: Limey Teuton ,

Título:

Load bang then tv powered off

Texto:

Hi. I wonder if someone can help
Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost. There was no smoke or smell. It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.
I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.
I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals. I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up. It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number. Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty is going to work itself
Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action? Especially if they have had a similar experience. The TV is jsut over 6 years old. Its an LG 42LN5708
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+[image|1976777][image|1976778]

dispositivo:

LG Television

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Limey Teuton ,

Título:

Load bang then tv powered off

Texto:

Hi.  I wonder if someone can help

Just a few minutes of turning on the TV there was a loud bang then the tv power was lost.  There was no smoke or smell.  It appears that there is a tiny component with black around it on the power board.

I was advised by someone that I could replace the blown component on the board, but that could mean the cause of it to blow could still be there and was advised to get a new power board.

I contacted LG but they said they don’t sell internal boards to private individuals.  I looked on ebay and found several boards that looked identical but was warned by the sellers that the numbers had to match up.  It wasn’t clear where i find these numbers as it just said sticker and the only sticker i could find looked more like a serial number.  Also these boards were around 50€ which seems expensive for a second hand part I have no guaranty  is going to work itself

Can someone tell me what would be my best course of action?  Especially if they have had a similar experience.  The TV is jsut over 6 years old.  Its an LG 42LN5708

dispositivo:

LG Television

Status:

open