Question about Televison & Video
I suspect you have a SUS board failure, but it may be worse than that. What it sounds like is the SUS board that drives the bottom half of the panel has failed, but the problem may not end there. The only way to know is to replace the defective SUS board (Y SUS) and possibly the Y DB (driver board). The real possiblilty exists that you may have a bad plasma panel as well, but the only way to tell is to replace the Y SUS and Y DB boards first and see what happens and what you have. The repairs are DEFINITELY NOT something an average consumer should attempt, as there are adjustments that must be done after replacing the boards and the very real possiblity of ELECTRICAL SHOCK exists. I wish I had better news for you; please don't rate me poorly for giving you the correct information.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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