But I agree it's a 1000uF 10V part. The other items can be maker or other info.
There are long discussions about BAD CAPS and not one looked bad here. There are other reasons for power cycling. You swap boards till it stops today which can really wrankle folk that are used to repair just a decade ago.
Hi All - I'm new to the forum.
I have the common on/off cycling issue, but it isn't my power board. I replaced all those capacitors (despite them all looking ok) and the problem continues.
I am now led to believe that it is the two capacitors on the TV Main Board (immediately below the big heat sink) which are surface mount electrolytic capacitors, but my issue is I'm not sure which ones to order. The only detail on them is 75HK 1000 10V, so I am assuming they are 1000uF and 10 volt, but am not sure what the 75HK refers to. Can anyone help?
I know this isn't a regular DIY soldering change, but if it doesn't work, the TV goes in the bin, so nothing to lose. If it works, I'll report back here. Here's a picture of the capacitors on the board