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Orange Led syndrom

Hello.
I have a32'' Viewpia lcd TV.
In standby mode led is orange, but supposed to be red and it wont switch on. Ihave seen same problem with same TV on forums but i havent found a solution.

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  • mushang Jan 02, 2009

    I have the same problem after we had a power cut. Please help

  • nathali13 Mar 18, 2009

    Exactly the same problem here with a Viewpia 32"... Has anyone found an answer???

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I found the following solution on internet:
VIEWPIA LCD
Make: Viewpia
Model: LC-32IEB2
Fault: Unit held down with only orange LED lit
Remedy: Remove the main metal screen cover from main board and check the input
voltage on to the main 3.3Volt regulator IC202 it should be bang on more or less
5Volts, if not replace capacitors C905 330uf 10v C908 470uf 10v both are to be
found in the main power supply section.
J Williams
www.jvsvisual.com

Unfortunately I'm not very technical so now I will need to find someone to do this for me...

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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Hey got it fixed-problem is that power supply unit (PSU) is dead- cost me approx 100 EUR- good thing is that fits most classical philips lcd tv PSU- should be found at any TV repair shop

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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