Question about Sanyo DP46848 LCD TV
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem, my television is faded black on the left side with lines on the left top side. I have had the 46 inch unit for 1 year and 7 months. I am planning to write a demand letter to Sanyo and then taking them to small claims court woth evidence that this is a common problem with their units that they know about and is not trying to remedy. Also the Attorney general in Texas should have an interest in them (Walmart and Sanyo) selling these defective proucts in the state.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Sanyo 46
There is no solution this has happened to me 3 times in 13 months each time they replaced the screen panel (basicly the whole TV) I have a 2 year service contract, the next time it does it they will not bring it back but will write me a check for the price I payed for this peice of ****.!!! Do not bother fixing it.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
SOURCE: I have a SANYO DP46848,
This is likely a problem with your TCON circuit board inside the back of the tv.
The TCon board usually has 2 (or 4) very thin ribbon like cables running from connectors on the board to the actual LCD screen panel. Each ribbon controls one half (or one quarter) of the screen. If you are lucky, it's possible one of the ribbons came loose or is not making proper electrical contact with the connector on the TCON board.
If your tv is out of warranty and you are comfortable working safely with electronics then you may be able to repair this yourself with a few hours of screwdriver work. The ribbons may just need to be reseated in the little flip up connectors, or you may have to clean the copper at the tips of the ribbons gently with a pencil eraser to remove any oxidation.
If you are unlucky enough to have a bad TCON board or are not comfortable disassembling your tv yourself then you can bring it in to the shop and they can probably repair it for less than $150.
Good luck and please post back with how you make out.
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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