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Hi there!!
Thankyou so much for the info, do you know if the Y sustain board is on the right, that is where some liquid splashed into the tv. I found the part on ebay and was wondering if I could install it. (i'm not that electronically inclined) :)

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  • godsavingrac Nov 30, 2008

    I will take a pic for you when i get it off (have gto wait until my husband can take the back off for me)



    thanks agian!

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    3 inch black line running vertical on right side of Norcent 42 inch Plasma, model PT-4233. Also some time ago colors and brightness got very, very dark. Image almost imperceptible. Sound fine.

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Well if you open the set maybe you can fix it because now you are telling me something that i did not know, i tell you what to do. open the tv and take a good luck at the board were the liquid got into the tv and maybe you can find a blown fuse. that will be the best thing that happened to you in case that is bad just look at the part number wich is on the board.
just let me know what you found

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  • ESTEBAN MERINO
    ESTEBAN MERINO Nov 30, 2008

    just keep me updated



    thanks

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Sustain board y


you probably messed with the contrast settings. try restoring them to default.

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I Have an LG RU42px11 that displays dark fuzzy screen. I replaced both the Y sustain and Z sustain boards, but stiil the picture is fuzzy;moreover, the new z sustain board just blew from a C3 with red cap...


U tries to modifies the Z buffer board and it didn't work.The Z buffer board it is the causes and the problems.Replace the Z buffer board will solved this problems.

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Every time I start my vizio it shuts off. no picture.


Are you OK to open and work on it?

There are several possibilities and you'll need to be disconnecting and reconnecting boards to be able to detect it for sure.

Do you have a multimeter? It would come handy to be able to check for shorts.

I've serviced hundreds of those and can most certainly guide you through it, but I need to know what can I work with.

BTW you can find some related articles here:

http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2010/02/y-sustain-6870qyc004b-6871qyh039a.html
(this is the most likely candidate for your case)

http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2010/02/hp-pl5060n-problem-6870qzc004a.html
(this is the second most likely candidate for your case)

http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2010/09/lg-50pc3d-with-negative-image-on-screen.html
(not related to your case, but related to the YSUS board services)

http://blog.coppelltvrepair.com/2011/05/should-i-replace-repair-one-or-both.html
(A question you are very likely to face yourself)

it is also possible that your power board may have burned - individually or as a result of a failed YSUS board; this is more rare in those TVs than the above described failures of sustain boards, but it's not not out of question and should be and will be considered.

Last but not least...it *may* be almost anything else.

I am just telling you likelyhood based on experience servicing probably a few hundreds of those.

Hope it helps....if it does, rate it accordingly please...we enjoy positive feedback.

Thanks!

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A picture is worth million words in this case.

Generally, red bleeding in plasma TVs is usually caused by bad (or differently adjusted) Y-sustain board as well as bad power supply.

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I am looking for a power supply module for the hp pl5060n plasma tv


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Heard a "pop" then went dead.


Sorry to say - it sounds like the 'pop of death'. The 50" Zenith plasma is very common for having a power failure issue. The problem resides in the Y-Sustain board in most cases. The Toshiba 50HP66 and Vizio P50HDM (as well as LG and HP 50" Plasmas) also have the same issue as they all use the same PDP Panel (plasma panel). The parts are manufactured by LG/Zenith Corporation. Since your Zenith is the model i'm thinking of (Z50PX2D), then the board you would need is the following:
http://www.discount-merchant.com/PCB-Y-SUS-MAIN-FOR-HP-HP-PL5060N-TELEVISION-p/2 761-hp-hp-pl5060n.htm

The above site is the ONLY place that I have ever found selling this hard to find part and the price is reasonable. If they are out of stock on that exact link, just search for 6870QYC004C on their site and you might find one that is in stock.

NOTE: Before making any purchases, please check the part and make sure it is what your TV needs. I am simply making recommendations and trying to point you to the right direction.

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