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Do no have 5v stby on board lcp107610-0001

Ic 902 ap3843gm-e1 dont have oscilator the ic i remplace for ap3842b

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SOURCE: RE: Needs the IC # for Location 902

According to the service manual:

IC902 9965 000 29296 IC 8P FSDM0365RN DIP

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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RE: Needs the IC # for Location 902


According to the service manual:

IC902 9965 000 29296 IC 8P FSDM0365RN DIP

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The 8V at pin 36 won't show unless there is oscillation, the primary voltage pin is pin 10, 8v. Don't mind me asking, you have checked the B+, right? Because the blinking LED is often because of power supply problems. And if that's okay, desolder the horizontal driver output legs and connect an LED to find if it is oscillating, if it does, forget the ic part and move on with the FBT and things. Good luck.

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Disconnect the horizontal driver transformer output pins and connect an led there to find the it is oscillating, if it does, then it could be the LOT. Try replacing the oscillator ic if there is no oscillation.

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