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Where can we get the diagram I have the same problem with the shut down

Please give me a link to where I can get the schematics for this tv. I have sent money to one company manual universe and got nothing back as of yet. thanks

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  • thomas perusi Apr 24, 2008

    thanks for the link but they do not have that manual either. I was trying to find out if the sd-p50a5-k and sd-p50a3 power supplys are the same.

    I removed the power supply board that was intermittant and resolderd all the tracks and componants and now the tv comes up with the green power light but goes into what looks like a power protection with the red led on the power supply board lighting up. any suggestions on how to find out what may be causing this?

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You can go to this site and leave a email by clicking the contact button on the lower left side and they usually can get a manual that they dont have with in an hour and they email them to you and provide free tech support. just leave the model number they get back fast.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

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