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It cut off and won't cut back on.

Pro-99 refrence projection monitor reciver. It cut off in the middle of a movie. Prior to it cutting off it was making a faint chirping sound. The sound got more frequent, then the picture went dead. The standby light remains on, but it will not turn on. If I hold the main power button in, it makes a few loud chirps then clicks off back into standby mode. Any assistance would be greatly appericated.

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since your tv is 6yrs old it could be that the video circuit has cold solder that needs to be resolder if that does not work then a focus on the video circuit by replacing the component there, it could be an ic or transistors or diode.if you are not a tech get one to look at your set.good luck.for further help email me at nicodhem@yahoo.com

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The intermittencies you mention are common on this
series. The PS - power supply - board needs a
virtually complete resolder op, as the solder used in
that run of units was weak and thin. It will not get
better on its own, any more than needed dental work
will.

Send it to me and I will resolder it and send it back.
I have done so on a number of PS boards in this series,
and am running at 100% success on saving the
510/610/710 series of Pioneer Elites when all they need
is the resoldering op. There is a procedure to follow,
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SOURCE: problem with pioneer elite pro-99

your tv's hardware might got the problem. this should fix with an expert technician that they have a tools for fixing this problem. if repairing will cost you alot then i suggest that you have to buy a new tv insted of repairing your old tv. hope that helps!


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Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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We are having the same problem of the Pioneer Elite Pro-99 turning itself off all of a sudden. The red 'non' power button comes on as if we had turned it off remotely.
We would love to resolve this. If you can help let us know.

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same problem here

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