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Switched whole power supply from another set and still does the same thing.

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I would suspect a failing LCD panel

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SOURCE: HDTV 42 inch Plasma Sanyo model DP 42746

the picture is very dark

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SOURCE: sanyo lcd tv flat

I have researched this problem and it is so common we that own this piece of junk ought to form a class action suit and sue. It is caused by a bad part or bad connections to a part called a backlight inverter. It seems the LCD needs a higher voltage than supplied by the 12vdc power pack so this part re-chops the DC voltage to generate the LCD requirement.

The date of manufacture is on the back of these TVs and all the problems seem to be from those made in 2006 to 2008

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: My Sanyo DP46848 LCD TV display goes black when turned on.

My mother's was doing the same thing (purchased 2008). Put up with it about 6 months and took it to a repair shop. Bottom line - the display panel has a flaw in and will cost more to replace than the tv cost. See about it now it yours is still under warranty.

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SOURCE: i have a sanyo 46" lcd hdtv model #dp46848. its

i would say buy new as it sounds like your whole datata buffer on the rear left has failed

Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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SOURCE: Sanyo DP46848 Color lines running from top to

twist the screen. hold opposite corners top and bottom and give a small twist.

Posted on Apr 28, 2011

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You power supply board is bad. This was most likely caused by a power surge.

I would change the whole power supply to fix the issue but you could also try replace any bubbled capicators for a cheap fix.

The capicators will be less expensive but many times you will have the same issue once again if there is extensive damage to the power supply so the best thing to do is just replace the whole power supply board.

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