Glad I could help

I note my posts on my Element ELCHW402 repair are getting hit quite a bit. This seems to be a flaw common in the Element TV’s. But as I said, all you need to fix them is the barest of mechanical ability. If you can extract screws and open things up, disconnect connectors and then re-connect them in the proper spots you’re good to go with most televisions.

If you’re more adventurous and have the time, you can fix the power supply. Probably cost as much to replace all the capacitors as a new board. Plus you have to factor in your time too.

But you can extend the life of consumer electronics.

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