Last March I had a new board put in my Pioneer Projection T.V.
Now I am having a problem with it. The screen moved up a
little. I called the t.v. repair shop who put it in since
it cost me $600.oo. Now the repair man said it was going
to cost a couple of hundred dollars to fix. I feel it should
not cost anything since it is a new board. Can I have help
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Re: problem with board
Problem is theres several boards inside this set and it may not be the same repair. Even if it was a shop cannot warranty a set for more then the manufacturer warranty's the boards. They , the manufacturers only warrantee these boards for 90 days. Its just something that happens .. Its not planned or anything. When was repairing pioneer sets I ran into this situation all the time. As a matter of fact with any projection set I ran into this situation. Its like if you take in your car for brakes, then a month later the water pump goes bad, is the mechanic going to fix the water pump for free?? I think not! Its the same thing as there are hundreds of parts in a TV set, and just because you replace a few of them , you can not garantee all of them. See my point?? Good Luck
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Hello! known problems with this brand is: multiple solder joints failures, plus near empty electrolytic capacitors. Those, usually won't "bloat", compare to modern panel TVs. Instead, you may see a little grease puddle under capacitor, which is escaped electrolyte. Or, nothing! First move is to re-solder ALL the power PCB connections, then put board back, connect all the plugs and wires. Try. It might work in many cases. If not, better to call for in-home repair! If it takes more, than just a soldering, that's a pro job. Good luck, Alex.
The tv "LAMP" LED light indication front of the screen panel flashes?When was the last time u replaced the tv projection lamp on this tv?If the last time u replaced the projection lamp was like 1/12 or 2 years ago?The tv been on and used like 4 or 5 hours a day?The tv projection lamp life are over.Require a new projection lamp.
The projector is starting to go out in it. Depending on your financial situation, you can take it to a shop to have it looked at, or replace the TV. Depending on how long this has been happening, the Pioneer projectors usually last about 100 hours once this happens before they burn out completely.
there is a small surface mount IC location num IC9C25 on the board next to the DM. it is at the bottom right corner if looking from the back. this a 9v regulator P/N BA09FP this might be your problem. be careful taking it off because you do not want to damage any traces. i suggest taking the input board off.
do this as last option!
there is 30,000v inside the tv!!
you can die before you even think about it
the only way to do soo
is unplug the T.V from the wall for a week at least
(so the volt will dissolves)
you can turn the tv on its side
you will have a problem if it will get a slap or will fall
in my opinion just take on its side....but
its your decision
JUST BE CAREFUL PLEASE!!!