Question about Hitachi 53SDX89B 53" Rear Projection Television
All inputs of the tv's are zero voltage I think the problem must be on the DVR reciever because you already try two units and same thing happens.the tech must see the compatibility of the TV and the reciever there must be a problem in there...
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
Hitachi 53SDX89B is September 1999 model as its mentioned on its service manual that I have.
Since tv is too old so I'm afraid, no spare boards or parts would be available any more to fix its AC leaky current issue that damaging ATT U-verse service. (power back feeding out, we call it AC leakage).
There is one solution for that problem, buy Isolation Transformer and plug your tv in it, that will cure AC leakage from your tv and wont hurt any thing attached/ connected with this tv. Your tv consume 245 Watt power while working so 500 Watt isolation transformer would be good enough to keep turn On tv for hours/ days.
Below is an image of basic isolation transformer and click HERE to get required 500W isolation transformer.
Hope these info will help you.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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