Question about Projection Televisions
The main processor board is starting to have unstability with clocking pulses. The normal fix is to change the processor board. What usualy goes bad on these boards are many of the electrolytic capacitors. These are all mostly surface mount types.
It would be very time consuming and expensive to troubleshoot to locate the bad caps and replace them rather than simply replace the board.
Sometimes there can be damage because the power supply or another board is at fault.
In the end, if your monitor is out of warranty you would be better of to replace it with a new one.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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