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Quite possible, plasma are notorious about power they over heat tremendously, So quite possible is the power board, its really hard to pin down in a plasma, you are stuck in buying extra parts just to see if it works. i had 2 and the power supply didnt help, but good luck in your adventure it is a learning experience
Before changing the main board for a dead TV there are quite a few things to be checked. First of all the main cord, then the fuse on the power board and then the power board. In your case please check the fuse on the power board and replace it with the same rating. If the TV starts working, enjoy watching and if the fuse blows again, consult some TV Tech.
It sounds that the main power supply regulator board to your TV has damaged. There is no repair to these boards. Only replacement can be done. Contact any experienced service technician. This is not a user reparable work.
Hi, 6 times blinking red light shows problem of missing DD 6Volts in G1 (power supply) board. Please replace G1 board in tv to solve this problem, part number of G1 board is as follows.. A1060177A Thanks.
First thing, unplug the set and wait 10 minutes. Then plug it in and watch the green power LED. If it does nothing push the power button and watch the power LED. If the set doesn't respond hold down the MENU and INPUT buttons on the front of the set until the LED starts blinking. If it blinks at this time count the blinks and then repost.