Hello, I have the same problem with my TV you had a while back.
I saw your pics of the TV on esnip.com, they were very helpful, I am going to change the IC for the convergence problem, will that also fix the slight curve on the left hand side that I see sometimes on the screen.
Also, how did you get the board out of the TV, on which the IC needs to be changed?
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Your power supply board is dead, u know basic electronics' and soldering? Most of the times, the power supply board just have dead leakages gases capacitors.These capacitors always bulges up on it top,or puff up on it top.Replaced these gases leakages capacitors will get your TV power stable,and work again.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
Ha Ha, I had the exact problem. I think mine is the same model of TV as well, I have a 64" Pioneer made in 2003. So my TV would hit the slanted ceiling above my stairs as I tried to move it down. I first took off the wheels of the TV and this helped but it was not quite enough. So since the bottom of the TV is flat with exception of the side boards and the front trim. I removed the front trim temporarily and cut off the side boards with a circular saw till even with the flat bottom. This gave me 2.5" more clearance which was enough to fit the TV downstairs. Hint if you scribe the cut line with a utility knife it will reduce chipping.
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Power supply board have problems,just not dead yet.Replaced the
power supply board,will solved this problems.Tries websites like
Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement. Good luck
Only when there is no power at all, no led on, and no sign of life whatsoever, that means that the problem is likely the internal power supply board.
If instead the TV stays in stand-by, with the LED light on and flashing, but does not respond to remote, or to the buttons on the chassis, then the TV is in protect (safe) mode because an internal fault had been detected. In this case the fault is not necessary the PSU. Parts must be tested to find out. The clicking sound is the protection circuit that keeps turning off the PSU to prevent further damage. If the problem is the PSU, often it is possible to see at a glance that one of the big electrolytic capacitors in PSU board has blown.
The loud pop you heard was most likely a capacitor exploding. I beleve the capacitor is also located in the power supply section of your TV. If you take the back off of the set you will see what can be described as a exploded, or bloated can. This component can be replaced, but I advise you to have it done by a qualified TV technician. This is due to the fact that their may be other unknown factors as to why the capacitor exploded, and a qualified TV technician can determine these causes past the obvious changing of the defective component.
I hope this helps,
it is the power supply board an know problem with pioneer. If you have any soldering experience you can remove the powersupply board and resolder the tracks and as many parts as you can. I had the same problem and not the power supply works great. You will soon have other problems like pic and sound going intermittant where you have to hit the tv to get it back on. more solder problems on video main board. best of luck
HELLO ok the first thing to do is unplug the set.!!!!#2 then take off the back of the set.!!! #3 then look for the fuse holder's there will be 3 to 4 of them. and check them to see if there good.!!! # 4 ok if all the fuse's are good .then it still could be a couple of thing's a clod solder joint.!!! or dry socket.!!! or a bad fly back transformer.!!! & horz.out put transtior.!! are bad and need to be replaced. well hope this help's you "GOOD LUCK"
You may need the power supply board resoldered as I had the same problem. The guy listed below can do it for you as I shipped mine from Illinois to him in California... Piece of cake getting the board out of the back and it's not too fraigile... Just pack in bubble wrap and it will be fine. My TV is now working great.
BUT DON'T DELAY AS SOONER LATER TV WILL NOT RESTART..