Question about LG 42PX5D 42 in. Plasma HDTV
Brought the set to my local TV technician last night, he's going to call me today to inform me what the problem is. He's indicated that it is mor than likely the y-sus board whcih will need replacing, apparently for these HD sets they're not cheap, around $500 - $600.
After having done a bit of research I had looked into sourcing the boards (apprantely some come in a kit form, 3 boards included) direct from the Australian Supplier (Statewide Appliances in Adelaide, SA), however it turns out I was sourcing boards for a different model. Pity as it was only around $100 for the kit.
Will keep you posted!
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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