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Pioneer model sd 582hd5 Video goes out

With my TV after awhile the video will go out on all the inputs. The audio still is playing. I can get it back on by changing to a different input sometimes or turning it off and back on. It happens out 4-5 times a day and on each input.

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  • rdavis472 Aug 23, 2008

    Thanks this TV has been in use for 8 years. Is it possible that cold solder joints could be causing the problem now? Can you help me locate the PC board of inspection?



    Thanks for your help.

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Like most problems with this model, check and re-solder the connections on the power supply board on the right rear of the tv, just behind where the main power cord goes in. Most problems are around the upper left corner where the white connectors E-12 and others. Check all of them from loose and cold solder solder connections on the board. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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Cold solder connections on the video pc board assy.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

  • g w Aug 23, 2008

    the rear panel the has the a/v jacks attached at the rear of the unit.

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