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Hi I have a TH50PZ80U that is flashing two red lights when I plug it in. If i press the power button for 5 seconeds it will flash 10 times. When applying power the AC relays click, after pressing the power button the fans turn on and the optical audio port is red. It will stay 'on' for 3 seconds and then the relays will click on turn off. No red optical light. If I test the P25 connector pin 1 voltage it will go to 15 Volts for about a seconed and then 0. This is only achieved by plugging the TV in and then pressing the power button. Then reseting to do it again. I followed all the troubleshooting tips in the flow chart and results are inconsistant. Some things tell me to replace the P board and other things say to replace the D Board. Also I'm unsure if the problem is in the larger P board or the smaller. Thank you for any help you can provide.

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  • bschaub796 Mar 17, 2011

    Thanks so much, but I need something more specfic.

  • bschaub796 Mar 17, 2011

    Here is why I think the power supplys work; when I plug AC power in, the relays fire and the A board get volatage and the Optical audio laser turns of for 10 seconeds, when i push the power button the optical audio light turns back on, fans spin, and then it powers back down.
    Then the power switch does nothing and I can only replicate this power unplugging and plugging it back in.

  • bschaub796 Mar 17, 2011

    There also seams to be a inductive lamp on the smaller P board which does not light up.

  • bschaub796 Mar 17, 2011

    Hi, thanks for the reply.
    I'm still kinda confused. I get two flashes when
    1. Apply power
    2. Press power button
    3. Two flashes

    or
    1.Apply Power
    2. Press and hold power button
    3. 10 flashes.

    So I don't really know if the D board needs to be replaced or the P board.

    Thanks.

  • bschaub796 Mar 21, 2011

    Ok, I ordered the D Board. I'm just confused how this will help, because the TV won't power on and shows no since of life replacing a power supply over the format converter makes better sense. But I'll take your word on it.
    We will know more when the board arrives.

  • bschaub796 Mar 21, 2011

    Although this did help things... The Main CPU IC9003 has multiple functions. It provides the command to turn on/off the Power Supply
    and the Panel Drive circuit within the D board. It also monitors a number of voltages and circuits
    providing protection by shutting down the TV when an abnormality is detected. This condition is
    communicated to the Main CPU in the A board. When this happens, the power LED blinks a specified
    number of times indicating the circuit that has failed.

  • bschaub796 Mar 21, 2011

    On page 77 of that it shows common symptoms of the D board. Once again, I have no video. The TV does not power on at any point.

    This is why I think it may be a combination of two problems. AKA, two boards being out.

  • bschaub796 Mar 22, 2011

    I replaced the D Board. No change in behavior. Still the exact same issue.
    This is why I believe the P Board is bad. Everything that says to replace the D board says that there is almost always some sort of image on the screen. My unit won't even power on. So I've now ordered the P board.

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I'm 100% confident that a D-board replacement will fix this issue. I've worked on 8 of these and a D-board replacement fixed the issue you are having now. I had all the same problems with them but it is all related to the D-board (from previous experiences)



Thank you!

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    Andrew P. Mar 18, 2011

    Please view this link.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/24963802/11th-...

    Depending on your skill set this will allow you to understand your blink errors and replace components versus entire board replacements.

    This document is for many models, but because of duplications of electronic components it covers your flat screen as well..

    On page 19 your flat screen begins being covered and page 33 begins the blinking error codes and the components responsible for the error.


    Hope this helps you :) Please rate if it does

  • Andrew P.
    Andrew P. Mar 21, 2011

    This very well could be two boards. That is why manuals like this help to pin-point what is responcible for the blinking errors. I was just giving advice off previous experience with this model of tv. This very well could be two boards as electronics don't always follow the same types of defects. I have gotten lucky many times with the D-board replacement for this tv, but this doesn't mean that you could very well have two boards out.

    Let me know what happens :)

  • Andrew P.
    Andrew P. Mar 21, 2011

    This very well could be two boards. That is why manuals like this help to pin-point what is responcible for the blinking errors. I was just giving advice off previous experience with this model of tv. This very well could be two boards as electronics don't always follow the same types of defects. I have gotten lucky many times with the D-board replacement for this tv, but this doesn't mean that you could very well have two boards out. Let me know what happens :)

  • Andrew P.
    Andrew P. Mar 22, 2011

    I would agree with the image idea, in general, however there is no true math to this sort of thing. This is why learning from experience is key because you will develop an eye for electronic repair if you just keep learning. The things I used to have to look up are now in my memory and can go through any electronic with a multimeter and "usually" pin-point what is responsible. I'm sorry the D-board didn't work but it has for me many times in the past. I wish you the best with the P-board and keep an eye out for future "weird" things going on with the tv. Hopefully, in the future, you can do component repair on it instead of board replacements :)

    BEST OF LUCK!

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Power LED Blinking timing chart
1. Subject
Information of LED Flashing timing chart.
2. Contents
When an abnormality has occurred to the unit, the protection circuits operate and set the unit to stand by mode. At this
time the defective block can be identified by the number of blinks of the Power LED on the front panel of the unit.

Fault maybe on the A board 3.3V SOS give me your email & i send you the full timing chart

* Note blink charts can be different depending on the model and the year of the T.V.


1 - blink STV 5v sense DG Board

2 - blinks 15v SOS D Board

3 - blinks 3.3v SOS D Board

4 - blinks Power SOS P Board

5 - blinks 5v SOS D Board

6 - blinks Driver SOS 1 SU / SD / SC Boards (SC energy recovery circuit)

7 - blinks Driver SOS 2 SU / SD / SS Boards (SC floating voltage area)

8 - blinks Driver SOS 3 SS Board (SS energy recovery circuit)

9 - blinks Panel Config. SOS

10 - blinks Sub 5v SOS / Main 3v SOS DG Board DTV 9v SOS / Tuner Power SOS

11 - blinks Fan SOS PB Board

12 - blinks Sound SOS H Board

13 - blinks Communication error DG Board with IC8001 (Pesks Lite 2)


Here you go...



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Hi bschaub796,
10 times blinking of your unit indicated that the processor sense the missing 15v from the power supply. This problem is quite technical since I've already read your post that you have a reading of 15v in P25.
Now, we have to examined it deeply to determine where the fault came from between the two board.
If you have a 15v coming from the power supply but its go to 0v after a while which trigger the 10 blinks, you have to check the feedback circuitry of the power supply for faults. If you can't find any faulty parts on that section means that the feedback circuitry trigger to shutdown because it sense fault in the D board.
Remember that it has a good regulation output from the power supply, the issue here is the feedback circuitry that sense the fault. If you are going to ask my opinion I've suspected that the fault is in the D board.
Hope I helped you.
Have a nice day!
Thanks for using Fixya.

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    Jdvillanueva Mar 17, 2011

    its ok, click this link it will help you more http://www.scribd.com/doc/24963802/11th-..., have a nice day///1, feel free to ask question if you need my help...

  • Jdvillanueva
    Jdvillanueva Mar 17, 2011

    disconnect one-by-one all the load from the D board to isolate them from fault.

  • Jdvillanueva
    Jdvillanueva Mar 17, 2011

    2 blinks is related to 15v missing supply from the D board. I've already said this a while ago that I didn't suspected youre P board as the defective parts. Since the last feedback(command to operate the 15v from the P board) star-up check will be coming from the D board, high chance that you're P board is good. Proved it by the reading with your meter (15v coming then goes to 0v). In this case the P board was disable because it has encountered the problem from the D board.

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    Jdvillanueva Mar 17, 2011

    If the P board is defective, you can't get a 15v. This was disable after a start-up check because of the feedback circuitry designed to shutdown the power supply once sense faulty/shorted on its load to avoid further damaged.

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    Jdvillanueva Mar 17, 2011

    Another option if you're not comfortable with my answer is, look for a shop that will check your P board for faulty parts. If the shop confirmed that there is no defective parts on this board then this is the time to replaced the D board. If they found faulty parts there then I'm wrong that the D board was faulty...

  • frantz toussaint Oct 28, 2011

    where can I buy the D board

  • frantz toussaint Nov 08, 2011

    do you know where I could get the D board

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