Question about Televison & Video
26'' Pyrod PW 2602 TV Serial 00106
Circuit board details: CX30 DG26
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
send me the model and serial number and i will be able to advise you
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
SOURCE: REPLACE BOARD ON MODEL L26WD21
the part store is the best has a world wide search.www.part store.com . The part number is located on the board itself . You could call them give them model number and ask them what boards are aviable for that tv , and take those parts and see if the numbers are on any of the board.
these board are not cheap 150 dollars to 350
thanks doctor video
Posted on May 12, 2008
SOURCE: Protron LCD TV Circuit board
Just posted this elsewhere:
I checked and found the Protron name belong(s) or (ed) to Spectroniq and neither of the two websites are up anymore.
Also, I could probably make a zapped supply work again but you do not know what might have been damaged downstream from it and that is a good possibility; the damage may be much deeper than it appears since many of the integrated circuits used in modern equipment don't tolerate hundred (or thousand) volt spikes and without a working supply, there is little chance of diagnosing it unless a service department has a few lab-type power supplies and can simulate the failed original supply.
If you do find anyone who has stock on assemblies for this TV, you may find more than one part number on the board. If it is a number that seems to be under clear lacquer, it is likely only the bare board number. If it seems to be stamped on or has a label with a number on it, this is going to be the whole part number for the 'stuffed' board.
I can't help you with this one but I would suggest, especially if you live in a lightning-prone area to consider installing a 'whole house' surge protector. They do cost a couple of hundred US dollars plus installation charges, but the established companies even include an insurance policy that covers $10,000-25,000 in damages. If you own your home, it's your decision and I cannot imagine any landlord would object to having you install one at your own expense.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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