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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That is 2006 model year, 52" is a very big screen, you have nothing to lose if you will try to fix it yourself but you can also sell parts on Ebay, especially the screen is worth A LOT OF MONEY!
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Posted on Jun 26, 2010
Your mainboard is damaged, the mainboard is the one where you plug all the cables (component HDMI), it is really easy to replace, you only need to take special care with the screws.
1. remove all screws in the back.
2. unplugg all cables from mainboard.
3. remove all srews from mainboard and replace it.
4. put all screws back and then plug all cables again.
5. double check all mainboard cables are properly secured.
6. Test TV.
7. put the back cover and secure it with the screws.
8. Enjoy your TV again.
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: power up not likely
This could be anything, literally. My first guess would have been the power supply but you have eliminated that. The rest of the unit is really not serviceable by home owners and would be very difficult for someone without any training. About the only other checks you could make is to check all the fuses. All boards should have at least one and may have several, including some microfuses which are typically marked as Fxxx (where x is a number). Additionally look for charred components (resistors in particular) or burn marks on the board. Check for loose plugs in sockets on interconnection wiring. If everything checks OK you need a repair tech. Furthur troubleshooting can only be done by a competent repairman. It does not sound like the problem should cost all that much to repair in relation to the cost of the TV. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 13, 2006
Yes if there is no clicking, then the power supply is usually faulty. However its difficult to tell if it has affected any other boards(like the main board) with out testing it. I would suggest that you take the assistance of a tech, have him test it to determine if its just power. If yes then you can get a new power board and replace it. Otherwise it may be wiser just to get a new tv. You can get a 26 inch tv for around 350-400$ now.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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