20 Most Recent Pioneer PRO-510HD 53" Rear Projection Television Questions & Answers

The power supply may be on its way to total failure.

Pioneer... | Answered on May 09, 2017

No.Ur tv convergence is dead.The tv convergence board require changes 2 STK convergence ICS and some or all it resistors to solved the convergene problems.The shop,will cost u $300-350 for parts and labors.

Pioneer... | Answered on May 21, 2012

www.servicemanuals.vstore.ca has the service manual for that model.

Pioneer... | Answered on Jan 01, 2012

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Pioneer... | Answered on Oct 07, 2011

You can purchase the manual here:

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Pioneer... | Answered on Apr 14, 2011

I agree that it is the power supply board. I had a problem with my Phillips 42 in. HDTV. It would not turn on at all.

I opened it up and found several bad capacitors. I removed the bad ones and replaced them with good ones and its up and running.

My suggestion is to inspect the capacitors on the Power Supply Board. Look for bulged leaking or misshaped capacitors. If you find any replace them or have them replaced. They are very inexpensive.
Or just replace the whole board

Hope that helps

Pioneer... | Answered on Dec 09, 2010


Thanks for using FixYa. Before performing any repairs I’ll suggest you to reset the TV by unplugging it for 8-10 hours. The blinking light means that the protection circuit has been activated on the TV. This happens when there is high voltage so the light starts to blink and the TV goes into protection mode. Please check the high voltage section and main power supply for any blown/swollen capacitors. All this is recommended if you have electrical expertise and know how to solder/re-solder electronic components. Please make sure to turn off and unplug the TV for at least 1 hour (this will drain off current from all components especially capacitors) before you perform any repairs. Also note that the TV consists of very high voltages even when it is in off condition. Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or post a comment for further assistance.


Pioneer... | Answered on Jul 02, 2010

You should be able to get a Transformer from www.tvrepairworld.com

Pioneer... | Answered on Jun 06, 2010

These sets have a history of developing problems on the large power supply board. (follow the power cord inside the set to locate it).

There are of course some fuses on that board but usually what starts the problem is solder connections on the bottom of this board that cause it to be hard to turn or to shut down.

If you or someone you know can remove the board examine it very carefully for any broken of slightly cracked solder connections. I have repaired several of these and usually begin by removing and resoldering the entire power board---some bad connections will be clear to see but some will be bad and look ok.

The reason for this these boards (like most sets) were all soldered in a single motion and from heat and expansion etc. over time connections can crack or break.

If ANY poor or bad connections are found it is a very good idea to solder the entire board by hand (should take less than 45 minutes.)

If you have any questions let me know----I am here to help you.


Pioneer... | Answered on Apr 14, 2010

bad soldered connection on deflection board

Pioneer... | Answered on Apr 13, 2010

a LOT of these have and develop bad solder connections on the Power supply printed circuit board. Follow the power cord inside (unplug set first) and remove the board and examine it for broken or poor solder connections.

I have seen several of these with this problem and I usually just resolder most of the board up and have a working set.


Pioneer... | Answered on Mar 18, 2010


Thanks for using FixYa. From what you have described it seems that you have to replace the convergence IC and check power resistor for leakage, if values are not exact you have to replace them. The typical cost to get this fixed by a pro is about $300 - and it doesn't mean that he/they will do a job better than you do. The parts are less than $100 (about $20-$30 for the IC's) if you want to do it yourself. Replacing only the IC's MAY solve the problem; however, many people have also had blown resistors requiring replacement. Why would you ask should you replace both of the IC's if only one is shot?! If one is shot the other one is not far away and for that little price of the chips it worth changing them both at the same time. Also the convergence board should be checked for cracked solder. If you replace the ICs and the resistors are shot, the ICs may blow again almost immediately, meaning you may have to do the repair twice. Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


Pioneer... | Answered on Feb 12, 2010

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