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Samsung hgn 4226

I have a samsang hgn 4226 tv when i plug it on red light blinks but it does not turn on
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SOURCE: Mitsubishi ws-65513

Have you looked at the DM board fix yet that's available here. http://www.fixya.com/howto/h154057-mitsubishi_dm_board_repair Check it out. If the inside of your TV set does not look like this, you will need to get the service manual to disassemble the set and get to the DM board, but use the rest of the guide to repair the board. If you are successful, you will save almost a 1000 bucks! Good Luck

Posted on Jul 14, 2007

premtech
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SOURCE: red blinking light

It's most likely convergence -- the small board up and to the right inside the back of the TV, which has two large amp Ic's attached to it..
Unplug the +/- 20v line on the fron left corner of that board (red in color) and then try and power on the set... If the set comes on the board needs to be repaired and it's an easy unplug and two screws that mount it inside.
Bill

Premium Technologies
PO Box 442
LOng Beach, WA. 98631
360-641-4993
premtech@willapabay.org

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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SOURCE: No power. It is plugged,

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360-641-4993
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