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I have a Pioneer DPD 505 PG Plazma. It tuns on, I have sound, but the picture takes sometimes up to 45 minutes to appear and become clear.

I have taken the back off and there are no apparent signs of a bad capacitor. Any ideas

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Contact the authorized service centre for Pioneer. If Va or Vs voltage to display panel differ from the stated value, this should happen. These voltages will be marked at the silk screen at the bacl of each Plasma display, and it should be very accurate, in case of all plasma displays. These two voltages will differ to screen to screen; and will be marked as stated above to all plasma display panels. Adjustment to this voltage have been provided at the main power supply regulator board to these TVs too.
Actually, adjusting these voltages is a skilled work. So; It will be best to contact either any service technician or the authorized service center. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/

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