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I have a ws554131 I am getting error code 22. I am not getting 24v or -24v. All my fuses check good. Any suggestions?

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  • Patrick McAlexander Apr 30, 2010

    Thank you for your response. I checked those fuses and they are good. I took the power supply board out completely with nothing attached and still have no voltage on -24 or +24. Diode gone bad or transformer maybe?

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Hi,

The code 22 indicates Short-Circuit Protect. This can be caused by the 5 map pico fuses, F9A03 and F9A05. located on the power board. If either of these are open the problem will be in the convergence circuit. The convergence ICs have failed and will need to be replaced along with a few defective resistors. A TV repair company will normally charge about $350 for this repair if the ICs are the problem, less for the fuses. Convergence failure is a very common problem with this TV set. There could be other parts that are not within factory specs. The only way to be positive of the problem is to have the circuitry diagnosed by someone with the proper TV test equipment to determine what parts that are no longer within specs. A small TV repair shop will many times be less expensive than a large repair facility.

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