Question about Zenith C27A24T 27" TV
I have an old zentith TV which was working fine. Suddenly one day, the screen starts jumping and vertically the screen comes down and it got turned off. After that I removed the plugs and connected it after 1 hour. It starts running for some time and the same thing happened once again. Now sometimes it keeps steady and runs with no problem for one hour,then gets turned off. some times it doesnot even run after switching it on. Can anyone please advise?
Sounds like you have a vertical failure, and is causing the power supply to shut down. A repair person can probably repair this main board in this set but it will cost more in time and labor to repair. So the right thing to do is replace the entire module. This Zenith was designed to replace the boards completely to shorten down time as well as labor. The board this set needs is a 9-02107 module, and is avail from http://www.partstore.com for 52.44 + shipping. I dont think you should attemp to do this repair by yourself if you have no electronics training or tv training. This is just so you know what you need and get an idea on what this will cost you to repair. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 13, 2006
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