Question about Flat Panel Televisions
I just read about someone having problems with their Plasma TV. I just took my TV from the repair shop and they told me that I need to have the Y-Main Buffer and both upper and lower buffer boards replaced ($600.00 which is a bit crazy).
I was watching my TV and all of a sudden the picture went out, the green power light still comes on but no action as far as a picture.
I have the Samsung main board (LJ41-02759A). I see that you guys fixed the problem for some one else. What do you suggest and how much $$ are we looking at?
Not at all crazy! The Samsung/Akai lines seem to have numerous problems with their Y and Z sustain boards and upper/lower Y driver boards (aka buffers). That and power supplies are generally the largest percentage of the problems in those units. That said, I'm a bit confused looking at the p/n you referenced. I don't see that as being a Samsung number belonging to a Y-sus board. Usually they start with BPxx-xxxxxx..
Lastly, while you might have every ability to replace the Y-sus board if the buffers are bad and you don't replace them you could simply burn up the sustain board when you power it up... Installing the buffers is a bit more complex than the sustain board so be really careful there...\
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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