Question about Hyundai ImageQuest DPD4210 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
Switch plug on at wall, tv goes to standby then switches itself off. Have to switch off & on at wall at least 20-30 times & use remote until it comes on.
Sounds very much like a main power supply that needs a 'kick' to start up. This is often caused by the loss of value of a capacitor in the power supply, one that handles feedback to start the supply initially and carries the signal to shut it down in case of a circuit fault in one of the areas the supply services. Inadequate feedback will make the supply unable to start properly and more likely to shut down even though no fault condition exists. If I'm right, it will get worse and searching for the problem requires an instrument not found in the average home; a capacitance meter with loss measuring capabilities.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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