Question about Sanyo Televison & Video
I've got a Sanyo DP15647 that suddenly stopped working. It displays a pretty green light when the power button is pressed. But nothing else. I checked it out and both the power board and the main board appear good visually, no bulging capacitors or anything like that.
I've got a multimeter and I checked all the cables they're fine, and I've tested the connectors on the board. I was wondering if anyone more familiar with LCD screens could suggest some other things to try to find the point of failure so I don't replace unnecessary parts.
Any input appreciated!
I had a similar problem like yours with a different TV. I had to find the Service Manual for the TV to really find the problem. The manual gives me every schematic and parts number list for every board in the TV.
It turned out to be a bad Inverter Transformer. It was one of six that powered the LCD screen. You might have the same problem.
The Service Manual on the internet for most TVs are under $20. It's the best material for diagnosing the problem. It worked for me.
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