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Plasma e01 error

Saw ur note about the pioneer plasma e01 error. mine just starting doing that. about 4 yrs old
are u serious about ur solution that its just a wire resolder problem near the power cable ? or did u find some other problem ? i thought it might be related to overheating. but ur suggestion sound interesting

pls email me if u have discovered any other ideas at temped3@micronica.com.au
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  • bjonda423 Sep 21, 2008

    EO1 error

  • Anonymous Oct 29, 2008

    I have the same

  • Tomcat511 Nov 15, 2008

    TV shuts off itself off sporadically and displays E01.  Im ready to chuck it out the window.  Can anyone help?

  • Professor1 Nov 28, 2008

    same tv same problem. Who can fix it?

  • whiff smith Feb 02, 2009

    yep exactly the same symptoms and still can not find a solution.

  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem, why cant pioneer give the answer?? this is their error code and all theses blogs give you different repair methods, i dont want to make it worse. does anyone have a sure fix from pioneer what to do??

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    same problem with my pioneer 43 in!

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Hi. Had all the symptoms with my Pioneer 43" plasma with RO3E receiver that have been previously posted. I got so fed up with it turning itself off that i decided to take the top off the receiver and look for the dry solder joints on the power supply board that some have posted to have cured the problem. I removed the power supply board (which involved removing an interface unit which is mounted above it) and found no issues. I then proceeded to remove the switch board which is placed in front of the power supply board. When i removed the electrical connector which i found not to be fully inserted, i noticed that there was a brown burnt stain in the middle of the connector plug indicating a possible poor connection. I removed the electrical connector from the unit completely (the other end connects to the adjacent board with the fuse on it) and cleaned the connector plug with electrical cleaner and re-inserted it into the receiver and built everything back up. I am happy to report that the tv starts up first time every time and has not turned itself off since. I have included a picture of the offending plug in its built up state (it is the one with the row of black wires with one red wire). Do not attempt to do this unless you are suitably qualified.

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