- 1-220uf 25v
- 4-2200uf 10v
- 6-1000uf 25v
- 6 Inch Solder and Solder Wick
- Cleaning Swabs
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Samsung LCD / Plasma TV Capacitor Repair Kit, Replacement Parts
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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!
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.
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
everything needed was included - took a couple weeks to ship - all goodPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Haven't bought yet; however, a 'fake' capacitor? There are many, many different manufacturers of OEM and replacement caps: Nichicon, Phillips, Panasonic, et al, and if anything was... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Hagan
When taking the product to a tv repair store, I got word from one of the repairmen that the capacitors given to me were in fact fake, and showed me key visual differences between... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fixed my LCD tv almost a year ago after watching a youtube video and it is still working!Published 3 months ago by drmuia