Question about Pioneer SD-P50A3-K TV
I bought a service manual (pdf) and have checked the diagrams to familiarize myself better etc.., I checked the fuses and they look okay (I do not have a fuse tester). I guess, I could simply replace them.
Now that being said, again my symptoms are, I turn on the TV, I hear a click and nothing else happens. What can cause this? How do I test the area/chip etc.., so I know where the cause may be? Is there a gizmo I could buy to help. Once I find the issue, obviously I can buy the part (hopefully)
Any suggestion is welcome.
The main fuse (250v 4amp) could be blown. it will show red.. flash green when you turn it on then immediatly turn off.
replace wth another fuse or you can also use a 125v 4 amp fuse
.. Mine is running fine now :)
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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