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The main power supply regulator section circuit fault. Either it will be a separate board, or the part of main board. Check and replace damaged component/s at its main power regulator [SMPS] section circuit. Contact any service technician. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ It will be best to replace the power supply regulator board as card basis rather than making "Surgery" to it; which usually will make loss for both money and time. Even though you can make it right, it will cost around an amount equal to the cost of a new board; including the cost of (spare parts + service charge) More to say, most of the spare parts to it will be difficult to get from open electronic spare part market. This is true to most of the flat panel TV power supply boards; irrespective of its brand and screen size.
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Choose the best between LED, Plasma and LCD HDTVs.


<p><span>If you have not enough knowledge about the current TV technologies, so it may a little scary in choosing best out of different TVs which is better, LCD HDTV or Plasma HDTV?</span><br /> <p><span>These below tips will help you choose between different HDTVs and find out which will be best to suit your needs.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>1. The LED HDTVs are a new breed. The technology of LED HDTVs is changing rapidly. The technology is new and very expensive. I would not suggest you to buy LED until the price drops and the technology of LED HDTVs evolve. Now choose between Plasma or LCD screen.</span><br /> <p><span><span> </span></span><br /> <p><span>2. The Plasma is best in the contrast ratio category. The contrast ratio of LCD screens has caught up but still can not beat Plasma.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>3. For moving images, such as chase scenes in movies, Plasma is best out of LCDs. Plasma TVs can be viewed from almost complete side. When your room is small where you putting your TVs, but it does not matter.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>4. Both Plasma and LCD have same life time; this factor depends on the manufacturer. Do not base your judgment on number alone. So, make sure to read online reviews of the TVs.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>5. In the case of large HDTVs, such as 50 inches and bigger, Plasma is probably superior. The companies like Samsung and LG have made very large Plasmas that have proven to be very good.</span><br /> <p><span> </span><br /> <p><span>6. If you want to power consumption, LCDs are best, The LCD TVs use about half the power of the total consumption generally.</span><br />

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Plasma -vs- LCD? Pros and Cons


If you're looking into a new TV purchase these days, you have only a few options… Plasma and LCD are major hitters. What follows is this professional’s opinion; you must ultimately do the research yourself.


Plasma TVs
Pros: Exceptional color reproduction. Our eyes have become accustom to viewing TVs with Phosphorus displays. As with TVs of old, Plasma TVs also use Phosphorus to create the beautiful colors our eyes crave. The viewing angle (side to side) and refresh rate (rate at which the image is refreshed) of a Plasma product shines above most other product types. Plasma TVs also have a glass protection screen in front of the panel which can help protect the panel from impact. Prices have fallen recently and have made the Plasma TV a very affordable purchase.

Cons: Energy usage. Using a Plasma TV has been likened to 'leaving the refrigerator door open'. Reliability and longevity are also a factor to consider. Over time, the Plasma panel becomes more sensitive; “Sparkles” or misfiring pixels are common. The Plasma uses many high power components; which, due to failure, have given it a less than reliable stigma. Image retention and image burn are quick to occur. Realistically, 5-7 years of life.


LCD TVs
Pros: Light weight and bright picture. Color reproduction has improved by leaps and bounds over the recent years. Some products available do rival the Plasma products in picture quality and reproduction. Cost cuts have also brought the LCD into the price range of many. Energy usage is typically less than that of the Plasma. Image retention is not a major concern for this product. Less parts than a Plasma = Less failure. LCD panel life is estimated to be about 10 years.

Cons: LCD panels use back-lighting systems. Because the 'color' of the light does not change, the color reproduction of the LCD product is not as natural to the eye as the Plasma product.


LCD-LED TVs
(Same as LCD TV, with the following exceptions)
Pros: LED back-lighting produces a more Plasma like color response.

Cons: Panel life is about 70% that of the standard LCD products.

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Best plasma TV HDMI


None.All Plasma tvs designs are alway have high heat output and consume alot more A/C power energy than any other tvs designs out there.Tvs like CRT-tube tvs,DLP tvs -Projection tubes and projection lamps tvs,LCD-flourescent tubes tvs as Liquid crystal display screen tvs.All these tvs designs are all good tvs designs to buy but the pictures display and screen lighting and the sharpness of the pictures never have and able to compare high enough qualities as a display picture on the screen output to a Plasma screen tvs,until now LED-tvs are LCD and LED screen display combine to make it better and brighter technologies and now are good enough to compare to a Plasma screen panel tv.So buy a LED tv will get less heat output and comsume less A/C power energy too and it is good enough pictures qualities too.To compare too as a plasma screen panel tvs output.

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Input Switching issues Harmony Remote and Samsung TVs


The following 2008 Samsung TV’s have Anynet+:

LCD
All 9 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA950)
All 8 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA850, LNxxA860)
All 7 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA750)
Most of the 6 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA650, LNxxA630) excluding the 19” and 22” models
All of the 5 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA550, LNxxA540, LNxxA530)
Most of the 4 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA450) excluding the 19”, 22”, and 26” models

Plasma
All 7 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA750, PNxxA760)
All 6 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA650)
All 5 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA550, PNxxA530)
Half of the 4 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA450) excluding the 410 line (PNxxA410)

DLP
All 7 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA750)
All 6 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA650)
All 5 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA510)

2007 Samsung TVs With Anynet+
The following 2007 Samsung TVs have Anynet+:

Note: Excluding all 26" models and below.

LCD
All 81F series (LN-Txx81F)
All 71F series (LN-Txx71F)
All 65F series (LN-Txx65F)
All 61F series (LN-Txx61F)
All 53H series (LN-Txx53H)

Plasma
FP-T5084
FP-T6374
HP-T4254
HP-T4264
HP-T5054
HP-T5064

DLP
All 89S series
HL-Txx89S
HL-T7288W

Information on Samsung TVs that support AnyNet has been refered to from: http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/jsp/faqs/faqs_view.jsp?isARS=Y&SITE_ID=1&AT_ID=18104&ARS_ID=8514159

How To Disable Samsung Anynet+ so your Harmony Remote Control properly controls your devices. This mainly impacts Input Switching.

1) Press your Tools Button.
2) Scroll down to Anynet and press your Select Button.
3) Once on the Anynet screen, please press your Left/Right Button(s) to select the Off Setting on the Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
4) Scroll down to the Auto Turn Off and select No.

Once this is completed, please turn off your TV and all device and power them back on using the Harmony Remote. Also please test this in the Activities mode, if this does not work, let me know

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Input Switching Issues with Harmony and Samsung TV's


The following 2008 Samsung TV’s have Anynet+:

LCD
All 9 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA950)
All 8 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA850, LNxxA860)
All 7 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA750)
Most of the 6 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA650, LNxxA630) excluding the 19” and 22” models
All of the 5 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA550, LNxxA540, LNxxA530)
Most of the 4 Series LCD TVs (LNxxA450) excluding the 19”, 22”, and 26” models

Plasma
All 7 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA750, PNxxA760)
All 6 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA650)
All 5 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA550, PNxxA530)
Half of the 4 Series Plasma TVs (PNxxA450) excluding the 410 line (PNxxA410)

DLP
All 7 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA750)
All 6 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA650)
All 5 Series DLP TV’s (HLxxA510)

2007 Samsung TVs With Anynet+
The following 2007 Samsung TVs have Anynet+:

Note: Excluding all 26" models and below.

LCD
All 81F series (LN-Txx81F)
All 71F series (LN-Txx71F)
All 65F series (LN-Txx65F)
All 61F series (LN-Txx61F)
All 53H series (LN-Txx53H)

Plasma
FP-T5084
FP-T6374
HP-T4254
HP-T4264
HP-T5054
HP-T5064

DLP
All 89S series
HL-Txx89S
HL-T7288W

Information on Samsung TVs that support AnyNet has been refered to from: http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/jsp/faqs/faqs_view.jsp?isARS=Y&SITE_ID=1&AT_ID=18104&ARS_ID=8514159

How To Disable Samsung Anynet+ so your Harmony Remote Control properly controls your devices. This mainly impacts Input Switching.

1) Press your Tools Button.
2) Scroll down to Anynet and press your Select Button.
3) Once on the Anynet screen, please press your Left/Right Button(s) to select the Off Setting on the Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
4) Scroll down to the Auto Turn Off and select No.

Once this is completed, please turn off your TV and all device and power them back on using the Harmony Remote. Also please test this in the Activities mode, if this does not work, please e-mail us back for further assistance.

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I was going to get a plasma TV specifically the Samsung PN50C6500 and i was wondering if the whole thermal expansion controversy problem was over and samsung had become more reliable and this problem had...


No,don't buy plasma tvs any tvs make or tvs brand.Don't buy any kind of tvs using plasma gas as for plasma screen panel as a power sourced if u play major hours of gaming on the plasma tvs,u will still have thermal expansion problems but less.Plasma tvs still have major problems,with screen BURN IN problems though.

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Looking for LG plasma replacement parts


Try website like Ebay.com to buy those refurbishes electronic boards parts for the plasma tvs.Ebay.com have the most Plasma tvs boards parts.

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Broken LCD


Plasma television is on for 8 hours a day, its half-life would be about 9 years - or, if on 4 hours a day, the half-life would be about 18 years.
Keep in mind that a standard television loses about 30% of its brightness after about 20,000 hours. Since this process is very gradual, the consumer isn't aware of this effect, except for the need to periodically adjust the brightness and contrast controls to compensate.
Although the performance of individual Plasma TVs can vary, overall, as a product class, a Plasma television can deliver many years of acceptable viewing.

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