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I have a pioneer pro 620 hd wont turn on

I think its one of the fuse but i see there more then one so which one do i replace ....the red light is on but it wont turn on even after i unplug it please help

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  • Anonymous May 09, 2009

    Unit has standby red light. Unit will not come on has no high voltage. Belive that the deflection board is bad. If you have any componet leavel solutions to fix please let me know. I am a service technican trying to find some info on this set .



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    Dustin

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    azzacab Jan 06, 2012

    Dustin sounds like a very smart guy , like the right guy to know in these situations. I would love to get to know someone like that , to turn to for questions or even good conversation. Be well, real man of genius.

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I have been dealing with the same problem with the identical set. I'm pretty handy so rather than junk the set, I took off the rear panel and stuck a small fan in the back to cool down the inside of the cabinet. I love the picture on this TV so I'm doing all I can to save it. Sometimes it doesn't turn on so I have now taken off the front panel (speaker cover) and also the front access panel. I carefully reach inside and have to wrap on the part (with a long wooden spoon) that I hear clicking from when I hit the power button. I used to just give the cabinet a swift kick and it usually would turn on, sometimes after several kicks. Kick it, then hit the power button. So whatever the problem(s), it's not keeping me from watching a gerat picture. I have a feeling that if I took my air compressor and blew out all of the dust from all over the components, it'd probably solve the problem of it shutting itself off after an hour or so. Why it doesn't always turn on is anyone's guess, but a good tap or two with my wooden spoon here and there and it turns on eventually.
If you've already got rid of the set, I understand. I almost did the same.

Posted on Dec 25, 2008

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