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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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if it is relay problem you can make it direct just to check.check power supply output. as you say that eht ok than it due to stand by section of system control mcrpssr.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
Maybe a connection inside the set has been loosened a bit while you were moving the set.
Check the connection contacts on the picture tube neck, unplug the connector (it will probably be soldered onto a piece of circuit board) and see if the pins on the neck are dark (a violet / brownish tinge), if so, you need to clean them with very fine sandpaper (you might need to cut a silicone glue sealing or more of these on the connector to unplug it from the tube neck so check it carefully before trying to disconnect it).
Now check where do the wires from the picture tube neck go - they will probably go to another connector on the main circiut board. Also inspect the pins on this connector and clean them if necessary.
Also check both connectors' solder contacts, one or more pins could have a bad solder contact, you will need to resolder any bad solder contacts (they look like tiny circular cracks in the solder around the pin where it is soldered to the circuit board).
Bad solder contacts can occur on any connector pins and on the pins of any other component, so you might want to check other components too, the components that tend to heat up are more likely to have bad solder contacts (the circuit board around such components will probably have a slightly darker colour, which gives you a good starting point).
It may as well be some damaged component, but if the unit was operational all the way to the point before you moved it, then it is more likely just a dirty connector or a bad solder point.
Hope this helps somehow.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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