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'''++iangardiner++'''  without seeing what you are seing and going by your description alone, it sounds like the caps (as in real caps that cover the LED’s not caps as in capacitors) are falling of your backlight LED’s. Post some pictures of what your dispalydisplay is showing to verify that. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Also verify your TV’s exact model number.
'''++iangardiner++'''  without seeing what you are seing and going by your description alone, it sounds like the caps (as in real caps that cover the LED’s not caps as in capacitors) are falling of your backlight LED’s. Post some pictures of what your dispalydisplay is showing to verify that. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Also verify your TV’s exact model number.
 
If so then you will have to totally disassemble your TV/Panel to get to the backlight array. The caps can most often be glued back in place. Not a terribly complicate job just very tedious.

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'''++iangardiner++'''  without seeing what you are seing and going by your description alone, it sounds like the caps (as in real caps that cover the LED’s not caps as in capacitors) are falling of your backlight LED’s. Post some pictures of what your dispaly is showing to verify that. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Also verify your TV’s exact model number.
'''++iangardiner++'''  without seeing what you are seing and going by your description alone, it sounds like the caps (as in real caps that cover the LED’s not caps as in capacitors) are falling of your backlight LED’s. Post some pictures of what your dispaly is showing to verify that. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Also verify your TV’s exact model number.
 
If so then you will have to totally disassemble your TV/Panel to get to the backlight array. The caps can most often be glued back in place. Not a terribly complicate job just very tedious.

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open

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'''++iangardiner++'''   without seeing what you are seing and going by your description alone, it sounds like the caps are falling of your backlight LED’s. Post some pictures of what your dispaly is showing to verify that. Use this guide [guide|21499] for that. Also verify your TV’s exact model number.

If so then you will have to totally disassemble your TV/Panel to get to the backlight array. The caps can most often be glued back in place. Not a terribly complicate job just very tedious.

Status:

open