Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pioneer 506pu red light is
I am sorry to hear regarding the problem. Disconnect the power supply for few minutes, say 30 minutes and then turn it ON.If you still do not see any picture, than it is an internal failure and needs repair.
There could be few probabilities.What has happened most likely is your Y or Z sustain board has failed and needs to be replaced; both of these are about the same price to have replaced as well. The average cost of replacement for these is $550-$750+ tax, the repair price, however can vary depending on the part of the country you live in and the shop you call out. Sometimes smaller shops that are less dependable will charge less than the large outfits with big overhead costs. If you have electronic repair experience, and test equipment let me know and we can troubleshoot this together, however if you do not a repairman will be required. These sets are fragile and you MUST know what you are doing when repairing them or damage can be caused to them, or you!
This is an unfortunate problem because these televisions should last a lot longer than they do, however the age of them doesn't seem to affect this problem at all. We do warranty work for most of the major manufactures and I cannot tell you how many 1 week old televisions we have done major repairs on. Also the same problem that might have happened to one person's television at 1 week old might have happened to someone else's at 3 years old. These new sets are a shame to be honest with you, nothing is made the way they used to, or the way they should be for that matter. The average span of time for a new plasma or LCD television to last before its first major problem seems to be anywhere less than 3 years.
I am sorry that I do not have a quick fix or easy answer for you on this one, but this set will require board replacement in order to get it running again. Please let me know if there is anything else I can do for you, I will be happy to assist in any way possible.
All of these boards are board level repair,you need to replace the defective board in order to repair the tv set.
I'm not sure about your electronic or tv repair background,but if you have any,and some equipment(multimeter),you could try to fix this yourself.
The Y sustain board is the one to the left from power supply(from the back).
Check any fuse on this board-if any is open=replace the Y sustain.
Same thing for the Z sustain-the one far to the right from the back)
if no open fuse on any of the Y sustain or Z sustain-then some voltage readings will be necessary to diagnose the defective board.
-Vy,is a voltage on Y board-if is too low,disconnect the Y buffer and check again.I voltage comes back up(around-190V,see the exact value on the panel label),then replace the Y buffer.
If still to low,then replace the Y sustain.
It may seem confusing,but these are the steps for a complete diagnose!
There is a least probability of screen being bad. However, the above causes seems to be the main.
Let me know,if needed further assistance.
Hope i helped you.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Pioneer Elite
The upper Y-drive/buffer board is bad. There's also a good possibility that the Y-SUS board is also bad. Replace the buffer and if the problem isn't fixed replace the Y-SUS board. Here they are
Posted on Sep 05, 2011
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