You wrote (in your posted message about the Tatung power supply) "I sent it off not knowing if it would solve the problem, but they
quoted me $75 dollars and I figured if it didn't work $75 wasn't too
much of a loss - and they said I could return it and get some of my $75
bucks back. So, I shipped it off to them. A couple weeks later, I got
it back and installed it and to my amazement it worked!!!". My question is where did you send it? I haven't been able to find that company. I have the power supply out, but my only option is to try to fix it myself which doesn't bode well for success since I don't even have a schematic I can read clearly. I would appreciate getting information about the repair company you found.
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Tatung uses Sanyo kit in their TVs. Follow the instructions to Sanyo, after confirming about the IC numbers used in your TV. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" or "Magazine" will make surf easy. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. Do a search by type in the brand name of your device at its search box and press "Enter". http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
You already check the fuse inside near the power supply?Check also the power supply if they have power output.If power supply is good the problem is in the board.Need for repair and troubleshoot of authorized repair technician.
As an electronics tech, you should know that replacement part information can only be obtained from the original manufactuer. A public "fix-it" forum is the least likely place for such specific information.
Have you tried asking at the supermarket? Of course not.
According to Tatung the problem is the power supply and their don't hhave any in stock to sell. Their can fix the TV if we send it to them for afee of $190.00 plus you pay shipping both ways. The power supply board is made in China.
I have v30dmtt 29 inch tatung and had the same problem. I took the power supply out and took it to repair man. He told me it couldnt be fixed. I contacted the manufacturer and had a new one sent. The phone # is 915-771-7554 but you need to call 1-888-482-8864 to get a case #. It costs 70.00 for a new power supply unit.The part # I needed was 6693006610. I hope this helps.
Hi -I had the same problem with my tatung LDC tv. PIECE OF !@$#$#@#!!. Not knowing a whole lot about electronics, I decided well, I couldn't break it anymore, and I thought it was probably the power supply as the tv did NOTHING!!! it wouldn't light up make noise or anything. it was totally dead. I called around MANY, MANY local tv repair shops and NO ONE would work on this as they didn't have the repair parts for it. Thats what I get for going cheap. Anyway, well, I popped the back off, carefully making sure I knew where each screw went if I ever had to put it back together. Well, I located the power supply - it's pretty obvious, I removed it with a few screws and then found a company in california that repaired power supply's - I sent it off not knowing if it would solve the problem, but they quoted me $75 dollars and I figured if it didn't work $75 wasn't too much of a loss - and they said I could return it and get some of my $75 bucks back. So, I shipped it off to them. A couple weeks later, I got it back and installed it and to my amazement it worked!!! It has been working GREAT ever since. There is a few places online that sell the power supplies and offer a refund minus restocking fee if that doesn't work. Check out http://www.shopjimmy.com
Good luck and hope this helps
The power outage simply precipitates a pre-existing flaw in the power supply unit of this TV. You will need to either order a new power supply and put it in yourself, or send it to Tatung to fix. I had the same problem. Contact this person:
Vila Khamkathok Customer services supervisor Tel: 800-827-2850 x161