Question about Vizio VP322 32 in. Plasma TV
Pull the tv apart. carefully lay it on its face and remove 70-100 screws( no kidding) You also have to remove the speaker and plastic on the bottom, theres more screws hiding under there.
Look over the power board. Its the board in the middle. There are several capacitors on there that are well known for failing. I just bought a vp322 that was dead. I replaced about 10 bulged or leaking capacitors and im back up and running. If you google vizio vp322 you will find posts and pictures of the common failure with this unit.
You can get caps from mouser, digikey, bdent, or if you want cap kit where the gathering is done for you, theres a guy on ebay that sells cap kits for these tvs.
Best of luck!
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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