Thanks for the story and pointing out that BAD CAPS are almost everywhere. If you want to know more, google BAD CAPS and find the story and a few million dead Dell desktops.
Today you see them in almost anything from motor controls, video cards, TVs and more.
I purchased a Samsung LN-T5271F LCD television 3 years ago.It started to lose control of start up, turning off and on many times before turning fully on. I called Samsung Customer Care Center and was informed that this was a known problem not only with Samsung, but most other T.V. brands too. Samsung Center gave me Service Tag # and notified the Hidef Doctor in my area. He came out and repaired the T.V. in my home. Replacing 2 capacitors (10V)on the power supply board with (16V). The repair man explained to me that this failure occurs all the time on all brands of T.V.s , because of the cheap Chinese electronic parts use by the manufactures. Samsung is the only company that values its customers enough to cover known defects after the warranty has run out 3840snoopdog