Question about Televison & Video
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1) General guide - very similar TV, same main issues and troubleshooting process:
2) Most common repair for the pdp42V5 chassis:
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Posted on Apr 15, 2013
Replace the alu-case electroltics in the 15V-line of the Y-sus, they are connected to the inputs of the 15V regulators. I've repaired a lot of these modules. they are 33uF 25V types. I have replaced them with normal elelctrolytics in value of 47 uF/ 35V...
p.s.: Do not operate the display without these capacitors replaced because the IPM (hybride IC) on the Z-sus and Y-Sus can burn out...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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