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Dell w2600 I have been working on my w2600 for a while. The power supply isn't the problem. It works fine when you disconnect it from the T.V. Something is "shorting" it out when it's connected back to the T.V. I've heard to take out the "standby" pen and it will work. Mine is in the repair shop right now and I told them to try that but I haven't heard back so that tells me that they have tried it and it didn't work or they are tired of messin with it. I'm thinking it's the latter.

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Do you have a way to load test the power supply to know that when it is under load it is okay? Testing the supply with boards disconnected is not a good way to know if it can take the normal load.

The way to service these sets is with board substitution. I doubt that DELL will sell the boards to non authorized service people. As for servicing the boards at component level, this is a very strong challange and this type of service is not supported.

Jerry G.

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Your power supply board is dead, u know basic electronics' and soldering? Most of the times, the power supply board just have dead leakages gases capacitors.These capacitors always bulges up on it top,or puff up on it top.Replaced these gases leakages capacitors will get your TV power stable,and work again.Or tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.

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Hi have a nice day!
It is probably a power supply problem. Remove cover and check for a line fuse blown or any burnt component mainly at power supply area.
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There is a porblem at the video card of this TV pls check the voltage from the power supply to this board
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The video drive board may have failed, or the output section of the power supply that drives the video drive board may have failed.

It is also possible and is common on LCD sets, that the backplane lamp supply, and or the backplane lamps have failed.

Turn on the LCD TV set, and shine a flashlight in to the screen at an offset angle. If you can see a bit of the image, you know that everything is working, and it is a backplane illumination problem.

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There is no fix for the W2600. It has a power supply problem.
For sometime Dell was replacing the tv's with new ones, but don't think they are anymore. If you go to the Dell Forum and type in your tv you will see the amount of people that have had the same problem. Unbelieveable. As a matter of fact, Dell is not even making TV's anymore. Guess they gave up. They cannot be fix, cannot get the parts for it.

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