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Gateway 50" Model GTW-P50M203

My TV has pixels showing in bottom left corner about 3" wide by 5" long. Also theres a fan noise in the top Left corner but I cant find a parts list or schematic for the TV
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lukster
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SOURCE: Gateway GTW-P42M102 / Won't come on

Check the panel voltages, and start unplugging the cables to each PCB and check the voltages each time, if the voltages come back up the its probably the PCB that is disconnected, in most case its the logic main board. Hope this helps

Posted on Feb 17, 2007

Tiedo
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SOURCE: Power supply

Here's the information you requested.  See pages 30,31,and 32.

 

Download the .pdf file here:

 

http://www.eserviceinfo.com/downloadsm/28159/Gateway_P42M102.html

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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SOURCE: Gateway plasma tv

I was able to resolder the pin shown in the picture and it fixed my problem as well.  I also used a razor and cut off the last socket for that pin on the connector and put a dedicated connector on so that it will take the heat a little better.  Also when I re-soldered that pin on the bottom side of the board I scraped away some of the protective coating around the solder puddle so that I could make a bigger solder puddle to add a little more strength and heat resistance.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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