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TCL TV made loud pop and stopped working

I bought a TCL 55in 4K Roku TV about 3 months ago, and today while I was watching Netflix, it made a loud popping sound (like a breaker flipping) and then there was no power. I thought maybe my surge protector had flipped, but upon checking it everything was fine. I have tried unplugging the TV and plugging it back in, different power cords, even power cycling and nothing happens. Any idea what's going on or how I can fix it?

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Did it fix by changing a single capacitor(R221K 1KV)? I saw that this capacitor burnt and will it fix just by replacing this capacitor or a better capacity(R221K 2kV)? Or When this capacitor pops, it also affect any other part?

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Mine just did the same thing! Did this fix it?

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Nathan Armstrong could be an issue with the power board. this will be a case where you have to remove the back of your TV and take a good look at all the boards. I am certain you find something that does not look right. Post some image of your boards with your question so we can see what you see. Use this guide Agregar imágenes a una pregunta existente for that. Going by your description I would expect some capacitors, fuse and/or rectifier damage.

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I experienced the same popping sound described on 65 inch TCL 4K tv . Took the set apart and found what appears to be a blown ceramic capacitor R221K. I can replace this component but concerned there is an underlying issue that caused this capacitor to fail. Any input would be appreciated on this.

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The cap and go with a slightly higher capacitance. Then find out what is going on. You would need a schematic for your board to determine if and where a short may be. Without it you wont know which part of the circuitry the cap belongs to

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I thought I posted back when this happened to me. I bought a replacement power board, very carefully replaced it myself, and now have gotten more use out of the replacement board than I did out of the one I had before. I bought my tv refurbished and something funky may have happened before it was in my possession. I highly recommend trying a new power board!

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