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SOURCE: My Vizio vp322 will not power on this morning

Probably the power supply has gone bad.. This happens with no warning. Sometimes it is just bad capacitors that have leaked or puffed up in the power board and a good tech can do a cheap fix by replacing them.. Other wise the PS board has to be replaced

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Lost screws for stand on Vizio VU42L

If you pay for shipping I will send you my screws. Maybe a buck or two will cover it in an envelope. I just removed them last night as the TV is being junked for the parts. Email me.

MBSimonds AT aol DOT com

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Vizio VP322 HDTV10A won't turn on

I replaced 3 capacitors and fixed this problem. They were 1-10v 1000uF and 2- 10v 3300uF electrolitic board mount capacitors. Easy to spot on the power board, the tops were bulged up. $5.54 later it works perfectly now.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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Remove the 4 screws holding the stand. Remove all the perimeter screws. Remove all the screws from the bottom speaker panel and the rest of the perimeter screws and the ground wire screws at each speaker. remove the screws on the surface of the back panel and you are in. The power supply is the large board in the middle. The bad capacitors are in the secondary and were C233, C234, and C236. I replaced these 3 capacitors and fixed this problem. They were 1-10v 1000uF and 2- 10v 3300uF electrolitic board mount capacitors. Easy to spot on the power board, the tops were bulged up. $5.54 later it works perfectly now.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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SOURCE: Missing screws for detachable stand

www.searspartsdirect.com ,base screws #4x26 tap part#172100042650 $2.16 there in stock

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

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If you pay for shipping I will send you my screws. Maybe a buck or two will cover it in an envelope. I just removed them last night as the TV is being junked for the parts. Email me.

MBSimonds AT aol DOT com

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