Question about Hitachi 42PD6600 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television

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No power - have checked fuses, power leads and master switch

The power lead works, the plug works. when you plug lead into tv yu do not get that "crackle" - you get absolutely nothing. Power switch on TV does nothing - its completely dead

help!

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Well yes, there a problem in the power supply modual.
It does sound like a failing power supply , becuse of the
fact you don't get charge up spark from the plug , wich is normal
affter it's been off /unpluged for 20 min or so .

check the resistance of the plug coming from the set with a volt meter if you have 10 meg ohms or higher,
it's an open circuit and more than likely a 1.50 fuse in the power
supply. If the fuse blows instantly then it's a shorted output transistor or rectifier diode in the switching power supply.


Be a shame to pay 300.00 plus for a stupid fuse.

hope that helps a little . if you have any questions just comment
an i'll respond
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Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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Ur power supply board,it dead.Must be replace the board.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

  • ericaniu Sep 26, 2010

    my hitachi is dead after i moved it to another room. somebody told me to check the master switch but i couldn't even find it ? where is the master switch ?

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