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So far I've attempted to replace the motherboard for power. Bought exact same on eBay but got robbed. That one wouldn't even allow me to get power... So any ideas on which direction I might go?

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  • Brad Brown Apr 25, 2015

    Hi Nicholas Treumer, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? Make and model

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    Brett Duxbury Apr 28, 2015

    It is a 42in plasma Sonya TV . Nicholas you have to be careful ordering parts on Ebay. Be aware of differences in AC power between countries. If you purchased as an example a 120v 60 Hz USA motherboard and then plug it into a 240V 50 HZ AC power supplier you blow up the motherboard. Also if the Hz is different it could cause problems also with syncing the scan rate for the screen photon gun.

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    Brett Duxbury Apr 28, 2015

    I did this with a hp printer did not even occur to be the difference in power voltage until smoke came out of the low voltage power board and a bright blue flash.

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    Brett Duxbury Apr 28, 2015

    does this device have a transformer in it . I think this would be a good starting point. Look for a low voltage power board and carefully measure the low voltages . Careful as colour TV's also have high Voltages that could be required . Will KILL ! if you get it Wrong or Blow up multimeter's Volt Meter. Check the incoming power to the transformer again be careful 240v AC KILLS

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    Brett Duxbury Apr 28, 2015

    Could be a fuse if you are lucky. What is the model number it will help us see if a service manual exists

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What sort of power . do you mean electicity or processing power. I would look at the AC to DC adapter power pack if it is a laptop and electricity. The battery could need replacing on the laptop but if you aint getting electricity like DC voltage out of the AC to DC adapter the battery goes flat. . A voltmeter could measure the DC voltage coming out of the AC to DC power pack adapter unit to confirm if power adapter is at broken.

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    Nick Treumer Apr 27, 2015

    Sorry about mix up Brett. Its my TV that's having the issue. I could only type 200 words so this question was part 2. I have a 42in plasma Sonya TV. I thought I could repair it cheaper than paying someone or buying a new one.
    Any ideas for that?

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