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Dec 13, 2007 - 27 posts - 19 authors
I have a 1 year 9 month old Sanyo DP42746 42" plasma TV. It has been working ... I found that there is an error code on the power supply flashing a d12v error. .... I just took apart my father-in-law's Sanyo DP42746. They've ...Missing: c125
... (blinking - RL. Find the answer to this and other TV questions on JustAnswer. ... I am getting an error code (blinking 12 times) on the power board. When I .... Question Date Submitted; My 3 yr old 55" Samsung Smart TV will not power on.Missing: c125
Check and replace the damaged component/s at its main board. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
If you unplugged the Ysus board, then you need to replace the Ysus board, or both sustain boards. This is the part: The part is often available on Ebay, or from manufacturer. Look also at Vance baldwin or Partstore. To do a good job the Sustain boards should be tested by a tech , following service manual. It is almost for sure sustain board by the way.
Call Sanyo. The 800 number is on your remote. Insist on talking to a supervisor and you may get somewhere. I had to do this and Sanyo called today to tell me to take my tv to the shop. They are paying for parts and I have to pay labor to get it fixed. Repair shop said $35.00 to look at the set and if it's just to boards that need to be replaced, it wouldn't be too expensive. We'll see.
Sanyo told me they haven't gotten many complaints on this tv, DP42746, 42" Plasma. You guys have to call them and complain.
The power supply is failing, or there is another circuit area that is pulling too much current, and the supply is going in to protect mode.
This would require proper troubleshooting by an experienced tech. If the problem is very involved, or the tech is not familiar with the set, he will require the service manuals and service information.