Question about Pioneer SD-532HD5 53" Rear Projection Television
I have a Pioneer SD-532HD5 Projection Screen TV and it just shut itself off. I heard it click and the green power light toggled back to the red standby light. I figured I had accidentaly pushed the power button on the remote, so I tried to use the remote to power it back up. The remote's batteries are fresh, but it did nothing. I tried turning off the Master Switch (the red light went off). Now, whenever I turn back on the Master Switch, the TV tries to turn on. I see the green light click on - then it immediately clicks back off and the red standby light comes back on. Any suggestions?
The problem with pioneer projection tvs is that when they made the boards they never used enough solder for the circuits and you get cracks in the runs. thats why heat and cold will effect it. I had the same problem and I took out the board and resoldered every track I could and it works good now but my remote wont work if anyone has any info or prints to this tv please post on here
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
I just posted this in another thread, but mine would turn on then right back off, and it was a burnt/bad/cracked solder joint on the power supply board on the big transformer. Resoldered it and it works again.
Posted on May 30, 2009
The problem is the power supply components over heating. The power supply is on the back side right hand. supply extra cooling via a fan and it will stop shutting down. This is just a cheap and simple fix that wil tie you over for a while. cheers mates.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
NEW POWER SUPPLIES DO NOT NECESSARILY FIX THIS PROBLEM. OURS STARTED ABOUT 5 YRS AGO. WE LEAVE THE TV ON AND HIT THE MUTE KEY WHEN WE LEAVE.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
I had same problem, I bought a new power supply problem fixed.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Right now i am having the same problem with mine but the first thing you need to do is check all the fuses. make sure that they havent blow. also check the fuses that are soldered onto the board. the are usually green or orange in color. you can buy new fuses at radioshack. they are about $2.00 for a bag of 4. if the fuses are not the problem try looking at the power supply they tend to overheat in these tv's very often. if you cant figure it out it would be best to call a technician it is a lot cheaper than getting a new tv. while the technition is there ask him what was wrong so in case it breaks again you will already know what to do. hope this helps...
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
I sorry, i don't want a propuse a solution, i want a solution, my tv pioneer sd-532hd5 have the same problem, but some body tell me that the voltaje regulator are bad, so he try to change the Q101 ( sk1554) , but when buy the part number, in the store change the cross refernce and give us a diferent part number, so , the board and same components burns and i can find the schematics to repair , so , please i apreciate the fact to help to repair my tv.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
Resolder the power supply
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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