Question about SVA-USA HD4208 42 in. HD-Ready Plasma Television
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SVA HD4208 PLASMA PANEL TV.
SVA is a manufacturer based out of China. Their headquarters is based in LA California. They specify in affordable plasmas and LCD's which are typically a generation or so behind other LCD manufacturers or plasma manufacturers. I have heard of this issue both in the power cord and internal parts of the TV's. Is it still under warranty? Otherwise, you can purchase another power cord. Contact the manfuacturer for those small parts.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
SOURCE: sva-usa vr30
I've experienced the same problem with my VR-30 and what worked for me was I actually unplugged the power from the TV, waited about twenty seconds and then reconnected and when I turned it back on it worked fine. I've had my tv for about 2 1/2 years and I've had to do this probably a half dozen times so I've gotten used to it. Hope it works for you too.
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
I called the factory or the distributor or wholesaler (customer service) that comes out on the web and they told to just buy a new remote cuz tv just isn't recognizing the remote. Can this be true? If this is far from being true, where do I buy the boards and what are the chances that the boards are the real problem?
thanks once again.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
SOURCE: SVA POWER SUPPLY
Wehave identified a common problems with theses sets manufactured by,SVA, Gateway, Viewsonic, Sampo and a few other brands. They all have aSamsung power supply board (LJ44-00025A), which has cause these unitsto lose power. There is a easy fix, replace the power board. But youask why should we? That's the right question. If these boards all havethe ability to fail with various parts and within various displays.This has to be a defective part. As of now, there is no recall on thispart. Therefore, we are generating a list of customers, who own thesedisplays and are requesting a refund for previously purchased parts ora replacement part at no cost to the customer. We are in the prelimary stages, so please be patient with our efforts.
Ifhave indentified your unit is salvage by an power issue an wish topurchase the indentified part (LJ44-00025A, we recommend you purchasefrom http://www.adc-ast.com/.
We cannot guarantee that any monies will be refunded by this claim.
Samsung Claims Administrator
If you are interested in participating in this claim, please email the requested below to [email protected]
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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