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Re: Pioneer Pro-510HD power supply
Best place would be an authorized PIONEER repair shop , it would be difficult to get a generic replacement that will work with your unit. Before doing anything check this link and go to CONTAC US for assistance . hope this helps & please rate thanks AJ
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You may need the power supply board resoldered as I had the same problem. The guy listed below can do it for you as I shipped mine from Illinois to him in California... Piece of cake getting the board out of the back and it's not too fraigile... Just pack in bubble wrap and it will be fine. My TV is now working great.
BUT DON'T DELAY AS SOONER LATER TV WILL NOT RESTART..
I have the same TV and the same problem. Mine would play for a few hours then "pop" and power off. I had to turn main power off, let sit for awhile then it would play again. My local repair place came out and installed new power supply but that wasn't the problem. Had to take set to the shop where they found I had a bad amplifier board. It's on backorder with Pioneer.
if you know anything about the tv, take off the back and remove the power supply board. Reflow or resolder the solder points, takes like 2 hours, but is well worth it as my tv works fine now. make sure to use rosin core solder and good luck
Hey im not one of the techy guys with tv's im a computer guy.
but i have that same pioneer set you have the 510-HD and i had a similar if not the same problem.
my ex-father in law is a tv repair guy he told me to resolder the power board connections that looked corroded. i did just that and problem solved. hope this helps you out
FYI make sure you use rosin core solder not acid core good luck
since your tv is 6yrs old it could be that the video circuit has cold solder that needs to be resolder if that does not work then a focus on the video circuit by replacing the component there, it could be an ic or transistors or diode.if you are not a tech get one to look at your set.good luck.for further help email me at email@example.com
Its really hard to say if its a major problem or not. I think anytime a circuit part goes bad thats its a major problem, because these sets HAVE NO USER REPLACEABLE PARTS inside so you should call out a trained technician, as theres alot of High Voltage inside these sets and also this is not a place for an experimenter or a handi-person to be messing around in. Your problem if you are a tech and Know the HI voltage saftey issues is most likly in the standby or main power supply... Good Luck