Question about Televison & Video
Hello i have a akai 2005 model # pt5499hd it will not power up.i get 5 frashes does that mean anything .can i test anything too see
The symptom you have should be addressed by a qualified -technician. However, the most common cause is either a convergence problem or fluid leaking onto the picture tube socket or the chassis. To check for a convergence problem remove the back of the TV. Typically on Akai the convergence board may be mounted above the chassis. Look for any big aluminum heat sink with a pair of large IC`s (STK-392-040) screwed to it. Mark and unplug the power connector to the board (the red molex connector). Plug the TV in and turn on the set. If the set comes on replace the convergence IC`s and check all the 3.9 ohm (orange,white, and gold stripes) resistors on the board. To check for a fluid leak remove the lower front panel of the set and look for any moisture on or around all three picture tube sockets and the main chassis. If there is moisture, it is necessary to repair or replace the seal, wash the board or chassis and repair any damage from corrosion.
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