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How to replace Power Supply in Toshiba 44NHM84 44" TV

My Toshiba 44NHM84 44" TV turns off after about 30-90 minutes and I have to wait about 30 mins for it to recover. But the same issue pops up agin. I have read on here that the power supply is the most usual culprit.

Is it easy to replace? is it just a PCB or are there other parts that need to looked at?

Thanks

Ken

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  • kharford Sep 22, 2008

    Thanks Dan for your help with this issue.

    The only indicator light that changes is the power light that starts to blink and then goes to red.

    Is this any indication as to what might be the problem?

    Thanks again

    Ken


  • milldel79 Sep 23, 2008

    I googled for this exact same problem.  Found this post.  My shutdowns seem to be much more random, but have the same problem.   Once the damn thing shuts down, I can't get it back up and running.  




    After a 30 minute wait I can get the tv back on for anywhere from 5 minutes to another 2 hours.  There seems to be no pattern or predictability.  Advise is greatly appreciated.


    Even had a tech here and so far all he thinks it might be is the lamp, which makes little sense since to me...

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Since this is a DLP type set, there is a lamp and ballast involved. When the set shuts down, are there any indicator lights on the front? If so, check the owner's manual for an explanation of their meaning. Typically, the lamp can cause this or the ballast. If either of those are the problem, usually the lights on the front panel will indicate it.

Keep us posted.
Dan

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

  • ABRsvcs Sep 23, 2008

    I'll need to check more on this. Stay tuned.

    Dan

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