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Dead set I have my set in the shop. They have already replaced the Y board and the set is still dead. Should I go ahead and have the power supply board replaced? Or is a a lost cause?

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  • Corynne Mar 13, 2008

    The original problem was the set was dead.

  • jcmobile Apr 13, 2008

    I have the same problem, although I have not had any work done on this set it is completely dead. Fuse was good in the power supply board. It worked great and one day just shut off. Where is a good place to find a replacement power board.

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What was the orignal problem you had?

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  • Lwin62 Mar 15, 2008

    The power board is mostly likely dead due to the fuse but you may not get that type of fuse to purchase any where I tried. it will be easier to replace the board with a good use one, where are you located? contact me at lwin62@excite.

  • Lwin62 Mar 15, 2008






    Below is the answer to fixing my tv, In the pic the caps are the blue ones
    next to the yellow coils.


    Earlier I told you the fuse might be the problem, but first change these three caps as they are usually the problem for no power on these boards. You a]can get the caps from a site called digi-key.com their phone
    # is 1800-344-4539. The part #s are EF6225-ND you need 1of these and
    E6105-ND you need 2 of these, the cost is $16 for all. Let me know how
    it went.

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