I encountered a few techs that would say "that one doesn't look too bad." Again, when it comes to Electrolytic Capacitors, only perfection passes. We have too many angles and issues to inspect for. From domed tops, blown bottoms and leakers to rusted tops we have learned to repeat those inspections and use dental mirrors and more to get in there.
This is not an user serviceable area so I made a bad assumption you are a TV repair person. Next up is the service manual and change the board it suggests next on the flow charts.
I have a 42" Samsung plasma only 6 months old. It worked fine until the night. When you try and power the tv on the red LED turns blue like its suppose to. Then you hear the relay click once, then again, then again, then the clicking stops but the tv never powers on. The blue LED stays lit blue until you power off the tv. I've pulled the back panel off and have looked at the capacitor extensively and there are no visible signs of a bad capacitor. I have some electronic experience and am trying to fix it myself. Where do I go from there?