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Power turns off immediately.

I was wondering if you could explain where the transistors are located? I am hurting without this tv right now. It used to only click once then try again and worked. Then moved to 2-3 trys. Now none. just one click and turns off. thanks alot.


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  • Robert Dressler Jan 19, 2009

    Does that sound the same? the tv is cold, just clicks on and then off. what would you suggest? Thank you very much for fast response.

  • Robert Dressler Jan 19, 2009

    **** I really cannot afford to hire someone. Is there a way to take pics and send them to you? I really do appreciate what you are doing for me. thanks. I have the service manual and still have no idea where the HV gen is. What do transistors look like? and also how hard would it be to fix it? I am somewhat ok with soldering. Thanks

  • Robert Dressler Jan 19, 2009

    you are great. thanks. I will take the board off and see what the soldering looks like. Do you think the soldering goes bad or the part most of the time? If so, how would I test it out without buying a new one. You were very helpful. thanks.

  • Robert Dressler Jan 19, 2009

    While looking at the HV that is not noticeably bad but I noticed right next to it listed as Coil, 5u1. . 2422 549 45206 in the service manual. it looks crinkled up at the top, I dont know if it normally looks like it but might be something. here is the pic of the coil and hv. thanks.










  • Robert Dressler Jan 19, 2009

    ok, I will take the circuit board off and look for some bad solder. Wouldnt the hot transistor be only hot when on a long time? I may be wrong. but.... I really dont want it to be the board. How much is a board? Do you have any idea where to order or buy one or even what exactly it is called? Thank you very much. Robert



  • Robert Dressler Jan 30, 2009

    I talked with a guy at work that says he thinks that it could be the switch that is shorting then finally gave out. Does that sound like something it could be? I was looking at the schematic and cannot seem to find the switch on the board. Any ideas? Thanks alot.


  • Robert Dressler Jan 30, 2009

    yes the light does turn on. ****. I have put off taking off the board. but I guess I have no choice. Im calling a repairman.

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They are located on the center board mounted to aluminum heatsinks

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    Sonny Berry Jan 19, 2009

    Its usually related to a bad solder joints around the HV generator or Hot Transistors on that model, Bad solder joints will appear dull gray instead of bright silver

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    Sonny Berry Jan 19, 2009

    this what the hv generator looks like there will be three large red wires coming out of the top of it

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    Sonny Berry Jan 19, 2009

    Yes, thats normal for the coils. Thats shrink wrapped to protect the copper wire tat is raped around the coil. Often it can be solder , however if you dont ntice any that appears dull gray it will most likely be a HOT Transistor and HV generator or a Bad LSB board.

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    Sonny Berry Jan 30, 2009

    It could be the switch possibly. the switch is actually on the front keybaord panel. although if the power led lights up when the power button is pressed that indicates the switch is functioning

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