Question about Zenith Televison & Video
I had this exact problem on my TV, everything said it was the power board. It wasnt, luckily i was able to return that board. It was the YSUS board.
I should have done this this first but this is how i verified the old power board was good. Unplug TV, take the cover off and disconnect the wire harness going to the YSUS, plug TV in and turn on. If led stay blue its the YSUS.
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: zenith 42" plasma p42w46x
I have the three zenith plasmas, I've fixed the two that were flickering. The one with the verticle lines, I sawpped the Z-SUS and the Y-SUS from the good TV to the bad and still had the white lines. I looked at the two boards hooked together with 3 aluminum covered ribbon cables that are in the lower center of the TV with all the video inputs, on the far left there is a right angle connector that has about 20 pins, the white cable comes out and goes under to a circuit board this looks like this cable supplies the video signal to the screen. I disconnected the cable and the screen went black, all the voltages going into the video board are normal, so there must be something fried on one of the two boards, there are a LOT of electrolytic caps on those boards. I will post when I figure out whats cooked, you may have the same problem too.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
try connecting tv to cable direct also try unplugging both converter and tv for wile like 5 mins plug both back in see if tv and converter sync
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
It might be one of the power supplies. There are three in this model. One for the sound, one for the video, and one for the computer components. The video power supply is probably shot. They cost about $200 a peice from LG. If there was a "pop" sound when the video stoped, then it might be one of the circuit boards in the back. Yet again, they are three, each costing around $200 from LG.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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