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Tv's parts vary in price and many of the main boards on them are not just snap in parts. They require many wires to be diconnected and some even require soldering. I apologize for no price answer but want you to know what you might want to look into. If you do it yourself it could be anywhere from $75.00 - 150.00. For the part. If you choose to take it somewhere, make it the trash or try to sell cheap, as is. Someone may be willing to take the burden. Remember the old tv's? Family would hand em down for 20 years. They last about 3 yrs now...if you're lucky.
The part number is 6693006610, I also checked on ebay and found pretty much every part for your tv but the power supply.. You can search there using the tv model number and companies are always adding parts there as they get them..
I had no success with any of my parts vendors that carry replacement television parts. None of them carried Tatung..
Shopjimmy is going to be your best bet..
Hi -I had the same problem with my tatung LDC tv. PIECE OF !@$#$#@#!!. 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
plasma parts are currently alot on backorder, so it will take time to get them.is your repairguy ASC for LGE?? if not, take your TV to an ASC. they get the training and know what they are doing,not those wannabe repairman........
Some of the capacitors on the CRT board or damaged..IF you know how to use a multimeter and some soldering and de-soldering you can fix it yourself...IF yes then post back..Otherwise it would be wie to take it to a tech..
SVA is a manufacturer based out of China. Their headquarters is based in LA California. They specify in affordable plasmas and LCD's which are typically a generation or so behind other LCD manufacturers or plasma manufacturers.
I have heard of this issue both in the power cord and internal parts of the TV's.
Is it still under warranty?
Otherwise, you can purchase another power cord. Contact the manfuacturer for those small parts.