Question about LG 50PC1DRA 50 in. Plasma Television
The buffer boards are most likely bad at this point. With my Philips TV, the heat of the Plasma caused mine to go bad.. and the connectors from the buffer boards to the Y buffer control weren't tight. I took the TV apart and tightened the connections and it works fine now. If it's warranty take it in and get it fixed. If the TV is out of warranty, you can fix it yourself or get someone who is tech savvy to do it. There are plenty of guides on the Internet to do it. Worse case is you have to purchase new buffer boards. In some cases, depending on the TV, it's not worth the time money to fix... but with a 50" unit... I would try. There are also plenty of guys like me out there that might buy it from you and fix and sell it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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