Question about Pioneer SD-533HD5 53" Rear Projection HDTV
I have been replacing the middle board fuses, and it keeps blowing them. Do I have to replace the Power Suppy Board? Can I do it myself?
I had the sample problem. The fuses are in the middle of the board. You need to disconnect all wires carefully so you can put it back. Find the blown fuses and go to Radio Shack and buy replacement fuses with the same ampere . The main cause is the two STK divergent chips mounted on the biggest heatsink. You need to unsolder them CAREFULLY and buy new chips STK 110 or STK 180. I recommend STK180 because it can handle more heat. Search the web for STK 110 or STK180 I will cost about from $20 to $50. After I replace the 2 chips STK180, I never have any problem since. THe performance and the sharpness is much better. Try to buy brand name SANYO etc..
don't buy bargain chip, keep replacing chips you are going to damage the board. Do the job once and enjoy....
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
No lo creo ,ya que el problema puede ser el circuito horizontal checalo o manda la tv a un taller.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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