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I have a Vizio VP322 plasma, It started cicking on and off, and now it acts like it is not getting any power.

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As with most equipment, you need to have the power supply checked by a qualified tech. really nothing the consumer can service. Julio milleniumtvsvc@gmail.com

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The Vizio VP322 is notorious for having bad capacitors on the power supply circuit board. They will probably be bulging and may have electrolyte leaking. I replaced four bad capacitors (with a different brand just in case) and fixed it. Total cost under $10. A lot cheaper and better than replacing the whole circuit board which may contain the same "faulty" capacitors from the factory

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Check the fuses. And the Vizio VP322 is notorious for having bad capacitors on the power supply circuit board. They will probably be bulging and may have electrolyte leaking. I replaced four bad capacitors (with a different brand just in case) and fixed it. Total cost under $10. A lot cheaper and better than replacing the whole circuit board which may contain the same "faulty" capacitors from the factory.

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