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Is there a replacement circuit board or is it a waste of time tv was great until basement flooded let dry and used blow dryer to try and see if it would turn on but did'nt work

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I would say, new TV required.

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Hello, my dryer got wet due to my basement flooding and it starts, but no heat.


It is highly risky to use any electric appliance even after the removal of flood water. Before using it you need to make sure that it is not wet from either inside or outside. Even a single drop of water can cause a short circuit at you home and can also lead to unfortunate event. In such case you need to search for a company like http://floodfixer.com/ that dries wet basements to ensure your safety. Professionals can bring your valuable possessions back to its original position and make them ready for reuse.

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No heat..we had a basement flood and dryer won't heat up.


Hello,
If your dryer was under water, even if only a few inches, then the electrical parts inside it will need to dry out before you even attempt to use it. Chances are, you will have to have it serviced now or replaced completely.
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Flooded and not heating now


There is no pilot light. You probably got water into gas jets, also all electronics to ignitor need to be dryed. Also blow out all gas parts. If dryer was plugged in at time of flood you could have shorted one of the thermal switches behind back cover. Check all of this I wrote.

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Dryer wet due to flooded basement


if it was p[lugged in you might have to replace the circuit board,, they can conduit electricity from one circuit to the other in water

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Sony TV KP-51HW40 solid red lights [timer/standby+stereo]


if the main board by chance got wet you will need to use a blow drier to try and dry it out..it may already be beyond fixing if water goi into it

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Repair or replace


If the water in the basement came up high enough to cover the main boards in the projection TV, then I would not even attempt to repair it - the cost of replacing the boards, if available, and the realignment would be as much or more than a new set.

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Flood


You have more than one board that got water on it. Most likely a lost cause. Check with home owners insurance for repair or replacment value.

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