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Old 01-24-2019, 05:12 AM   #1
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Default Hisense - 50K3110PW

Tv came to me with a not turning on issue. but when I plugged it in to see what the issue was the tv worked as I was watching it for about 3 hours it turned off the backlight and continued playing sound, I restarted it but backlight would stay on for a few seconds after this attempt.
So then I pulled it apart and this is what I found.

Known damage

N892 - NCP1608 - hole blown through chip

holes in resistors
R842 - 22R |
R830 - 330R|
R822 - 22R |
R824 - 22R |

Visible burns
R826 - 0.33/2W
R828 - 0.33/2W

short on one side
V802 - 10N60

short on both sides
vz811 -18V

Short on both sides
vd807 - MUR460
vd808 - MUR460

Just wondering if there is any more I should be checking.
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