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PDP 503 hde will not turn on

The screen will not turn on.

When you press the power button on the front of the screen, the littel led goes green for 2 seconds and then red and flashes.

 

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  • mark mcv Jan 23, 2008

    Hi - I also have just had this plasma screen do the same - it is a rapid 3 pulse flash of red followed by a pause then the same red flash. It is a different flash from the flashing red light that you get when you have the receiver switched off. Help!

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You need a new y-drive board and possibly a couple of buffer ic's replaced.The ic's definiately need to be replaced by a tv tech.

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This may help you Greger, I found this on another site and I assume your model is simular to the 503 HDE... Good Luck - Rob...

I had exactly the same problem with my 503HDE. Screen would randomly shutdown and display E01.

In my case I believe that the cable was not at fault. The power supply in the media box looks like the most likely culprit.

I dismantled the media box and removed the LARGE power supply board and checked for dry solder joints. Sure enough, where the heatsink was soldered onto the board the joints were in a bad way. I reckon this is a symptom of the fact that the media boxes for V3 Pio's get very hot - all that expanding and contracting is likely to create dry solder joints. Taking the box apart shouldn't be a problem for anyone with a reasonable level of IT type skills!

I resoldered the joints and (touch wood) I've not had a problem for over 2 months. Whilst I can't guarantee that this is the definitive fix for this problem it seems to have worked for me. I'd be interested to hear if anyone else finds this cures the E01 problem.

Not being a hardware engineer, my only doubt is why the heatsink is connected electrically to the circuit board. Would this be for earthing purposes or perhaps to do with temperature sensing? Not sure about that - rolleyes.gif

Hope this helps someone - six grand is a lot of dosh to write off!! __________________

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