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TV Needs new 5 volt regulator

My TV does not turn on or do anything because there is no 5 volts where it needs to be and i don't know which componet is the 5 volt regulator because i don't have a schematic so if you have any information or even a schematic i could download that would be a great help thank you

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Check for DC output at D653, if you have voltage there find Q682 and measure the voltage at the emitter. You should get 5 volts.
Just a question, if you are missing the 5 volts; do you have any other functions on the TV not working?

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