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Re: ok from the back of the tv!!
I am at work where I do online tech support for servicemanuals.vstore.ca customers so I dont have access to a remote but if you look on the board that has the 4 large red wires
Look for a black IC with 9 pins it will have the numbers TDA36540 stamped on it and the board location will be 7555
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ok it should all go into your tv ok? and there should be a row of yellow white red or any order (ON THE FRONT). you should look on the back of your tv or side for alot rows of inputs and each row should be for an different input on your tv like input 1 2 3 4 5 6? you follow? so just match the colors up on the back or side of your tv or front do not hook it up to your cable box..........Ahh i see the cable box is using the yellow one well maybe unplug that while your playing or there would prolly be other (RED WHITE YELLOW) on the back of your tv like i said or on the side
since you changed the ballast and the power supply the first thing i would do is recheck the plug connections on bothe boards. the wires on the power supply have a funny routing and sometimes can get cut or pinched. the small connector on the ballast will get loose pin connections and not make contact.if those look ok, leave the back covers off, put the air filter door on. nnow while you are listening over by the ballast, turn on the set, and check for a small arcing sound.if you here one that means the ballast is firing. look to see if you pushed the lamp wires out of the lamp housing. post back what you find and we can go farther
Go to menu ,now to setup when in set up do you see convergence? If convergence is missing in menu it is a open fuse,only it does not look like fuse ,They look more like small square capaitors brown, they will be right next to flyback transfomer FL231 (3) of them in a roll it will be the middle one,you can take needle nose plyers and pull top up on fuses.
Ok, after A LOT of internet research I could not find any solution. So I decided to do a "chop suey" connection.
Went to Radio Shack and bought ... Insulated Grip 2-1/4"Alligator Clips w/screw terminals 10 (five red & five black)
(A smaller alligator clip can be used if you have a soldering iron to connect the wires.)
30-Ft. 18-Gauge Clear 2-Conductor Speaker Wire
It cost about $15 for everything. Be sure to have electrical tape as well.
Stripped speaker wires to fit through each alligator clip and twisted it around the screw terminals of clip. Tapped screw terminal to cover wiring. Do this for 2 black and 2 red clips.
To install l laid the TV on its back and insterted each alligator clip to firmly fit on each terminal. Because the clips are large it will be a tight next to each other. Be sure to test one line and speaker first before completed the second line and speaker.
My ilo 27" tv did the same thing (red light on front but would not turn on) and after much frustration looking around on the net I finaly cracked it open. After removing enough screws to remove the back the first thing I saw was the main power board. This board has quite a few capacitors on it and I found 4 of these that had bulging tops. 3 were 1000uf/16volt and 1 was 470uf/16volt. I disconnected all wire connectors from this board and replaced them with parts from radio shack PN 272-1032 and 272-1030. The voltage rating of these are different but ok if larger than the original part. It fired right up when I put it all put back together
Looks like the blue crt is bad and may have killed the main power board that has the high voltage supply.
A new crt is almost $400 and my distributer shows the power supply as
no longer available, but may be able to get it somewhere
else. Plus you need the service manual to realign and
converge everything (hope you didn't mess this up too bad).
Really need to find a good rear projection tech to do all this, but may
not be worth it.
i had the same problem with my tv i got a sodering gun its the board like the power supply open the tv and look on the board and look for ic801 on the bottom of the tv board then look in box line it has numbers from 1-7 get a sodering gun then soder number 4 i tryd it it worked on the board but be care full it will mess up quick if your not i had the same problem with this tv the soder on the board probly came off on no.4 but after your done and you have to pick the tv up becareful and do it slow because number 4 might come off again then you have to do it again and if that aint it just look on the bottom of the board and make shore nothing is loose and use the sodering gun to put back on that should be it ok then
1)pull chassis.remove power PCB==the one with
large heatsink w/convergence IC's on it
2)Observe four regulators also on same heatsink
Remove solder from all reg. pins-clean PCB
4)solder any/all bad connects
5)replace 4 amp fuse
6)reassemble & test