Question about Maxent MX42X3 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
Based on the way you describe this issue,I would say that the problem is the power supply board.I do not think it needs replacement,probably just some defective capacitors are causing all the trouble. Please open the back cover and take a visual look at the power board.You might see one or more bulged top capacitors(not perfectly flat like the others). If you see any please replace them,this will restore the normal operation. The explanation for this is,that these defective capacitors cannot filter right the power supply 's output voltages,causing main board to malfunction. You can replace the power supply board instead of repairing it,but this will increase considerably the cost of repair.
Other than this, it could be Y Sustain Board or Z Sustain Board.You need to Check all the Boards before replacing it.
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Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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