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Samsung LCD / Plasma TV Capacitor Repair Kit, Replacement Parts

4.6 out of 5 stars 92 customer reviews
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Specifications for this item
Part Number MDZ-SRK3
UNSPSC Code 32121500

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Product Features

  • 1-220uf 25v
  • 4-2200uf 10v
  • 6-1000uf 25v
  • 6 Inch Solder and Solder Wick
  • Cleaning Swabs

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0044J4U2W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,803 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)

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By Kevin B. on March 14, 2011
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If you are handy with a soldering item, and are extremely frustrated with your Samsung LCD TV not working, I would recommend giving this product a try. However, before you do I strongly recommend searching for online information (YouTube, etc.) to see if your model/year has the described problem and that you can do the work yourself. Obviously, enough Samsung televisions have this problem that Hobby Mods came up with a repair kit. The capacitors are of high quality, and the kit is complete (except for the soldering iron). In my case, the OEM capacitors did not look bad, but I replaced them all anyway and reset all the ribbon cables in their respective connectors. My TV has been working since (so far 2 months). Hope this helps you!
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You folks know you can buy these capacitors much cheaper right?

220uF @ 25V = $0.10 each
2200uF @ 10V = $0.19 each
1000uF @ 25V = $0.17 each

$0.10 + 4x($0.19) + 6x($0.17) = $1.88 worth of capacitors!

solder wick (6in.) = $0.20
solder (6in) = $0.06

$2.14 worth of stuff for almost $18 ... ($5 to ship something weighing on a few ounces!)

Can you say Ripoff!!!!!!

A tip for those that are suckers and know little about capacitors ...

- Capacitors are easy to replace .... make sure the sure capacitance value remains the same!

- The voltage rating on the other hand can always be higher in value (this only changes the physical size of the capacitor).

- Always try to use the same or higher temperature rated capacitors!
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By following the included directions and watching a YouTube demonstration I was able to repair my TV in less than two hours. The replacement parts in the kit appeared to be of good quality and were actually better than the original capacitors in my Samsung TV. Saved well over $200 by doing it myself and earned near lifetime bragging rights.
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By bob on September 23, 2011
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Hobby Mods is right on target. This could not be a simpler solution to a $150-175 Samsung debacle for $15 bucks. Fast and easy. Thanks folks.

BTW: You don't have to be a tech person to pull this off....there's a link to a utube clip in the instructions that shows you step by step.
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!!!! CAUTION !!!! The IMPRESSION is that these are the capacitors to use to repair Samsung LCD TV's but this is NOT true in many cases! You cannot replace a capacitor with one that has a lower (or significantly higher) Farad rating and you CANNOT replace a certain voltage rating with a lower voltage. Replacement TV capacitors must also be low ESR and 105 degrees. A blown capacitor has a convex (instead of flat) top.

First closely examine the power supply board and write down your capacitors. If you cannot match the parameters above, then your best bet is to get a used power supply board and replace it. I wasted a lot of time and a little money learning this because I could not find a 160 volt 47 microfarad capacitor. Samsung should have made these available individually. This kit apparently comes from Asia so be prepared to wait one to two MONTHS to get it.
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When our 52 inch Samsung flat screen, purchased right here, on Amazon, started acting flaky after maybe 4 years of average use, I was pretty unhappy.
A quick google search on the symptoms revealed that pretty much everyone who bought one of these, around the time I did, had, has, or will eventually have the same problem.

The problem is well documented. When turning the unit on, it sits there and clicks for several minutes before turning on, and eventually just won't turn on at all.
The cause is the failure of one, or several, electrolytic capacitors, in the power supply, and can be observed as a swollen and cracked open component.
This kind of thermal failure is not normal for this kind of component. It is caused by either a defective component, a bad design, or both.

This kit supplies you with exactly what you need to fix it, if you are reasonably handy with a screw driver and a soldering iron.
The kit comes with more caps than you will probably need, to cover several models, and even a little piece of desoldering braid, and an even smaller, but more than adequate piece of solder.

For a few bucks, and an evening project, you can save yourself the purchase of a new set.
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I got the click of death on my Samsung and instead of tossing it we replaced the capacitors with these little buggers and some solder. It was like having a brand new television and now it can be turned on and off without a worry at all.
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I found this to be a pretty complete repair kit for the price. I didn't want to deal with running around trying to find the individual parts at my locally, so just ordered the kit here on Amazon. It arrived quickly and contained the needed 1000 uF and 220 uF capacitors to replace the visibly blown ones on my Samsung 42" LCD TV's power supply. I tested the new ones with my capacitor tester and all were within specification. The new capacitors are good quality and also rated at 16V instead of 10V like the crappy original ones were. Unfortunately, I found that there was also additional damage to the power supply that occurred when the original caps blew, so I ended up just replacing the entire board myself at a cost of about seventy dollars. I removed the newly installed capacitors from the old power supply board and am going to hold on to them, just in case this problem arises again in the future.
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