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If it takes the same 10 sec to shut down, then most likely it is a failure somewhere on the path of protection signal from the temperature (or any other related) Another question is what damaged the cap. PROTECTION come up again and like before I open box and decide to move all capacitor and install new one. Muito Obrigado pela dica...Ajudou-me muito a solucionar o meu problema.Levei o Home à assistência autorizada samsung e queriam cobrar R$ 218,00.

I smelled electrical fumes coming from the unit. Say, without such a filter you would still hear correct sound (probably with unnoticeable distortions), but some electronic equipment around can be affected (anything with "wireless", "radio", "sensitive", "low noise" characteristics I have a couple questions.How do I find a new .47uf, 100v or higher file cap? March 13, 2010 at 7:22 AM Anonymous said...

Each of these capacitors is connected between the two wires going to the corresponding speaker (in parallel to the load). I particularly like the quick selection buttons that are like macro buttons you can program for events such as watching a dvd/blu ray movie or listening to the radio or a Like I say ater I change capacitor on board and switch on HT working ok for 2 week. double check that all wires on the board around the burnt out caps are OK, no cracks in copper.2.

Yes, ironically repairing can cost more then item retail price. Another question is what damaged the cap. July 25, 2010 at 9:34 AM sandy said... Saw no visable cracks on the capacitors.

then plug in everything one at a time, to see what wire, cable, or device may be your trouble. At the same time, verify that you inserted the wires as far as possible into the terminals and that none of the wires touch each other.Step 4Plug in and turn on It's been 3 weeks now with no problems at all. July 30, 2010 at 4:44 PM SVN said...

March 29, 2010 at 8:03 PM SVN said... If anyone has a schematics, it would be helpful to get a link to it.You can publish it on your web-site or store at one of many free servers asI mentioned Hi Brett, in my case the fan spun before protection shut down but time to shut down was minutes not seconds. Was this answer helpful?

http://craftsman-hambs.blogspot.com/2009/09/samsung-home-theater-ht-x40-shut-down.html Was this answer helpful? May 13, 2010 at 9:58 PM SVN said... I consider placement of the capacitors as a possible problem - they are too close to the output inductors. Got mine to run by physically reversing the fan.

Family Lines: Samsung YP Samsung LN Brands: Sony Samsung Categories: Flat Panel Televisions MP3 & Digital Media Players DVD & Blu-Ray Players Audio & Video Receivers Home Theater Systems Unanswered Questions It's better to choose caps by working temperature if one wants to buy new caps or/and reduce their heating what I did in my case. Yes No Richard Bloom posted an answer 8 years, 1 month ago 3 All of a sudden, after a year of no problems..the HT X40 keeps shutting off after around 5-20 minutes of There should be a suitable type of epoxy.

The sound worked ok before i removed the 2 damaged caps. One of my capacitors was fried. Hi Sandy, there can be some possibilities in your situation.1) The inductors are damaged by short circuited windings. immediately goes into Protect mode and powers off...

Question about HT-X20 Home Cinema 600W Theater System 1 Answer Ht-z210 home cinema protect error ...home cinema protect error Protection Error means that there is a malfunctioning component inside your unit. Most likely there was a design mistake. Anyway you can look at my solution - I posted it: http://craftsman-hambs.blogspot.com/2009/09/samsung-home-theater-ht-x40-shut-down.html Was this answer helpful? SO annoying.

More.. now when i power this on, it displays protect and then powers off Protect mode will kicking whenever a ... The only thing is different lead spacing, it's 5mm. Have a manual for Home Theater Systems?

June 18, 2010 at 5:01 AM Anonymous said... In my case I had to test them all to be "sure" - it seems to be working; at least my HT is still doing its job well.Regarding the choice of Preview my answer Post my answer View Statistics: Past 24 Hours: 12 Past 7 Days: 118 Past 30 Days: 547 All Time: 5,503 22,304 Free Manuals 87,875 Solutions 6,646 Devices iFixit The best way to check inductors is to use L-meter.

Idea for integrating this capacitor is just to keep peak of voltage from amp in lowest level like some safe guard for speaker. Try to replace it or test it aside from the HT. I was thinking about reversing the fan too. It can be difficult to see any indication of such a problem by eye.

I tried on internet and cannot find one.Also, do I actually need to remove the "board" from the home theater to solder it on?Lmk,Will September 22, 2009 at 10:13 AM SVN I would choose those with higher working temp up to 125C and 7.5mm distance between leads. Can anyone help? Working on this stuff today is real challenge.

Cost of the approach would be $0. Can be ... The fan on the rear side was working OK, air flow was relatively hot, but it was difficult to judge by that. January 7 by Phillip Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz?

The temperature kept increasing until the protection switched off the power.For the first step I decided to exchange only that obviously broken capacitor and see if any other problem would surface Here are some useful references:Class D Amplifier describes principals of operation;Class D Audio Amplifier Output Filter Optimization - the application note explains why output LC filter is required (in the beginning Remove and inspect for burns - front and back. July 11, 2010 at 11:41 PM JD said...