I'm not paid for this, and they are repairable, just replace these capacitors.
The main reason some capacitors failed is these capacitors themselves are inconsistent quality to begin with even is rated 105C and voltages are within specs with sufficient margin. 10V for 5V, 16V for 12V/13V, and some used 25V and 35V for some that needs 24V lamp inverter supply. These caps Samsung uses is samwha and sometimes samyoung. Not always decent but other caps that did not bloat or ESR going higher (measured) get replaced while leaving good ones in as they usually don't give trouble.
Just obtain number of quality capacitors and correct type like low ESR with high ripple current capacitors and fix these Samsung and other TVs. This is nothing to get real excited about, even the generic TVs have this plague as well as other major brands like philips, toshiba, etc. And my advice, go to www.badcaps.net
where forum is there to help anyone to learn and obtain proper capacitors. Do not buy from electronic suppliers that do not list what kind of capacitors they are, they often are general purpose which is inappropriate type.
To some who swore off Samsung just for caps fiasco, too bad where will you go to for another TV with good support? Philips recently quit the /27 series support and RCA bought out again and we lost the techical support where we send questions etc to. Toshiba and other major brands, no knowledge. What I really appreciate any makers is decent and wonderful parts support for several years. I can't say same thing for generic TVs. Having maker that maintain good parts availability for at least 5 years is important. Point in case: Fixed a 2004 17" Samsung LCD by replacing a micro controller IC several months ago (summer), only few bucks.