Question about Sharp LC-32GA5U/LC-32GA5E 32 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
I GOT SAISHO PLASMA TV PANEL,I AM LOOKING FOR 3 BOARDS:
ANYONE WHO CAN HELP ME GET THEM I'LL APPRECIATE IT!
CONTACT NO:0795821583 SOUTH AFRICA
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Samsung PS42C91H plasma tv
I think you have a fault on the line output stage either dry solder joints or a fault with components on the line output stage or a faulty line output transformer. If you can check this for yourself otherwise find a competant technician. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
I have seen a fault where the Plasma display was giving sparkling green dots, and then the set would shut down after about 10 minutes. After waiting for about 40 minutes, I would re-start and the process would work the same, and then the set would shut down.
I tried freezing the boards one by one with freeze-spray, and heating with a heat gun to see where the thermo fault could be. I had no success.
Fortunately I had access to a scrapper set of the exact same model. After spending many hours with the process if elimination, I worked the fault down to be the screen itself! Unfortunately, with the scrapper set that I had its screen was very weak. Swapping the screens between the two sets proved that the original screen has failed.
I don't want to discourage you. You may be down to the point of what I reached!
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
SOURCE: LG 42" PLASMA DU42PY10x
First of all, Plasma sets are not just plug and play. There are necessary voltages to check along with temperature readings of both those modules along with 3 others to determine which one might be defective. Let me what you have checked in order for me to help you!
Law of probability doesn't always come into play with plasma's.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
SOURCE: LG plasma ''pop of death''.
Should be direct drop in, and good observation if that heat sink is not getting as warm as the others there is a major problem. Replace the board, if it still does not work (you can always Ebay the board to get your money back) talk to the shop. If the board is made for the TV and is not generic it should be drop it and go! Once you fix it and it gets up and running, i drilled a bunch of small holes like a grill where my heatsinks were and installed a 120V fan behind it. The fan was only 4" or so wide but it really helped out.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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