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I have a sanyohdtv 42in.model# DP42746, the wall

I have a sanyo-hdtv 42in.model# DP42746, the wall which it was plugged into popped a breaker and now my tv wont come back on after I flipped the breaker.

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Sanyo dp42746 no screen


you will need to replace a ribbon that its broken and that ribbon passe the signal from camera to screen that's why you don't have any signals .

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Can my sanyo dp42746 be hung up on any tv stand. The brackets that hold up my tv broke off where can I get new ones??


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I have a sanyo DP42746 42in. Plasma. NO picture no sound.


EVERY brand has failures.

This is why I recommend buying the extended warranty. The repair would cost about $300-400. It is most likely the power supply, you could replace it yourself, but the parts are very hard to find.




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DP42746, same as the others!!!!


please never purchase anything with the name sanyo on it again my tv does the same thing now i spent 1500 dollars to have to buy another, should have put that money on a new sony!!!!!!!!! never again i'll tell everyone about these pieces of ****!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

Aug 01, 2009 | Sanyo DP42746 42 in. Plasma Television

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Sanyo dp42746 Suddenly no picture, minutes later, no sound.


The buffers are attached to the Y main, on the left side of the board. Samsung, sanyo, several others all have the same boards. As long as they are the right part # just go for the best price. Check www.shopjimmy.com for used boards.

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Hdtv has no power at all.


WE HAVE A DP42746 AND NO POWER AT ALL DEAD FUSES

ARE ALL OK BUT NO POWER WHY?

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