Question about Nakamichi VU50P 50 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
I have a nakamichi plasma tv. It has been working fine for about 3 years and last week all the sudden it just went off. Since then when i try to turn it on It makes that initial click noise and i can hear fan turning on but then i hear another click and fans turn off. Nothing ever comes on the screen. I opened the back panel to clean up and it was pretty dusty. I cleaned up all the fans with air and all the boards as well. I did not detach anything since I really had no clue as to where to even begin. I can hear noise coming from the main board which is right in the middle and looks like the biggest board inside the TV. Can you please let me know where to get this board and what it is called or could it be another problem. Thanks
I currently have the exact problem and was wondering if you ever were able to fix your tv. If you could email me (email@example.com) , that'd be great!
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
Get a Harmony remote. Has codes for almost everything and I can verify it has codes for the vu50p
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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