Question about iLO 3200 32 in. LCD Television
Did you check to see that there is AC going in to the supply board?
Did you verify that the standby supply section is operating the uPC for the set's operation while the power is in the off mode?
If the uPC is being powered, did you verify that it is actualy operating properly in the standby mode? This is so that it can monitor the power on/off condition.
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The fault can be any one of the other boards in the set. They all work off the power supply. The supply is uPC controled and it is very critical to the specifications of the operation of all the boards in the set especialy for power consumption and for safety.
This is the reason that when trying to service these sets yourself, it may not be feasible. At home or in a small shop you would not be equiped to make proper diagnostics on each of the boards to determine their performance and current consumption.
If one of the other boards has a critical short on it and the power supply does not go in to protect, there is a possiblity that the new power supply may be damaged. I have seen this before.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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