Question about Pioneer PDP-4350HD 43 in. Plasma Television
The TV was giving to us and they can find the remote.
Can i use the TV without one until i order one from Pioneer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pioneer pdp-4300
It sounds like to me that either a capacitor blew up or the powersupply failed. Let me know the serial # and the other model # located on the back and i can assist you more. Possibly a driver IC on the ribbon cable going to the panel might have popped, which is about the size of a postage stamp and can be repaired fortunately, but it isn't cheap. If you do it wrong, the panel is ruined for good. If you do it correctly your set is fixed. Fortunately for you i know the boys over in O.T.S in Chicago which can assist me in helping you. Let me know if i can be of anymore help for you. I am located in Louisville, Ky. Thank you Jay
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
HI, the best way to do this is to disassemble the set and post all the individual internal parts like the power board and main PCB logic and v boards, on line on a e-bay type of sale forum. this way, you can make more money. if you post the entire plasma screen with the crack as is, you will not get many hits. is will be assumed that it is damage goods.
Breaking this set down and, posting the internal circuitry piece by piece will make you more money in this case. The power supply board will sale for at least 289.00. and the main logic(PCB) will sale for 300 to 350. i would go this route to maximizes your gain.
Posted on May 20, 2009
Alas, the powerblock has gone.
Common problem on this model.
Only solution is replacement powerblock.
Pioneer used to repair this for nothing even out of warranty (they did for me), but they may not be so willing now, as your tele must be at least 6 years old. Unfortunately, it will be cheaper to buy a new TV than to pay for a contractor to fix it.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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