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Hi Rob I have a Hitachi LED TV. Recently it is taking quite

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Hi Rob
I have a Hitachi LED TV. Recently it is taking quite a while to turn on. The green light goes on and off many times before the TV clicks on. When on picture, sound etc. is perfect. When it has been on for a few hours and I turn it off and on again works fine.
Appreciate your advice.

Many thanks

Thanks for the Question

Sorry Rob is not available hopefully I can help you

I will need the full model number please found on the back of the set?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi Anthony


The Model no of the Hitachi TV is L32H01U A.



Hi Anne

What you are describing is classic bad capacitors found on the powerboard here is what they look like

Basically whats required is that the back of the set will need to come off and a visual of the powerboard carried out looking for these devices leaking\ballooning up\raised domed tops when found ideally and most economically its best to replace them however another option is to replace the complete board, if you think you can do this work yourself please let me know I will provide more detailed information.

If not then an engineer will charge around £80 to carry out this work

Please let me know if you need more info

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Hi Anthony


Thank you so much for your advice. I think it is probably worth trying a repair. Thanks again



Hi Anne

Thank You for the rating if at any time you wish to try and do this yourself please let me know

Yes it shouls be a straight forwards repair bad capacitors in modern flat panel TVs are very common

Thanks again