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Plasma Monitor PDP-614MX turns itself off - Projection Televisions

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  • meldner Apr 30, 2008

    Pioneer Plasma Display PDP-614MX is a 61" TV Monitor. Friend tells me its either the board or the panel - the latter would be very expensive

  • meldner Apr 30, 2008

    Great trick that gave a little life to the monitor - now it shuts off after a few seconds - previously shut off was immediate. There is also some reddish screen picture for a second or so. No menu. By repeating the exercise sometimes the monitor goes into a few cycles of shut-off & turn-on.
    What next?

  • meldner Apr 30, 2008

    This re-setting to factory defaults seems beyond my skill. I have built PCs and Servers with up to 8 CPU complexity but the
    "External Control Manual
    RS-232C Configuration
    for PDP-614MX"
    appears to require at least a special cable (?)plus special training (?)
    Anybody near Truckee, California (Lake Tahoe area) that I can contact?

  • meldner Apr 30, 2008

    Pioneer Plasma Display PDP-614MX is a 61" TV Monitor. Friend tells me its either the board or the panel - and the latter would be very expensive.
    Comment by meldner, posted on Apr 30, 2008
    Holding down power button for 30 sec. when unplugged: Great trick that gave a little life to the monitor - now it shuts off after a few seconds - previously shut off was immediate. There is also some reddish screen picture for a second or so. No menu. By repeating the exercise sometimes the monitor goes into a few cycles of shut-off & turn-on.
    What next?
    Comment by meldner, posted on Apr 30, 2008
    Re-setting to factory defaults seems beyond my skill. I have built PCs and Servers with up to 8 CPU complexity but the
    "External Control Manual
    RS-232C Configuration
    for PDP-614MX"
    appears to require at least a special cable (?)plus special training (?)
    Anybody near Truckee, California (Lake Tahoe area) that I can contact?

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Have an experienced to inspect electrolytic capacitors over 100 V at power supply area or better replace them.

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May i know the model and the make of the product in details so that it can help me resolving the issue is a more prompt manner

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 30, 2008

    shut the power down completely. leave the monitor turned off and unplug the power cable, do a flea power by pushing the power button kept pushed for atleast 30 seconds when the power cable is not connected to the monitor this will release the static power from the monitor and when ull turn the unit on it will work without problems.

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 30, 2008

    update me with the status then ill give you other tips

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 30, 2008

    Reset the monitor to the factory default

    http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pio/pe...

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