TV can be on for 1hr up to 4-5hrs and it turns itself off.The main power cuts off and you have to turn the power off to reset the tv.After this the tv will work for 10min,1hr,3hrs.then it my do it one or two times
more,after that the tv will work ok.This my happen every day or it may go 3 or 4 days,it may happen only one or two times a week.
when this happens a red power down light will come no a power board in the rear on the tv.after reset the red light will go off.the red light only comes on when it shuts itself off.
Re: Pioneer sd532hd5/kuxc/ca powers down on its own
Could be a few things.First check your sleep timer.Sounds like a fail safe mode that when the tvs left on accidentally it shuts itself down so it wont overheat and die prematurely.The last resort is to remove the circuit board and carefully inspect the solder joints near the power supply with a magnifying glass and a bright light.Then resolder those.
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Try this! There should be a power button on the bottom of the panel that has to be depressed for the television to power on. It is the main power supply button and without it there is no power going into the TV.
Call up the 'Integration Menu" - the fans can be switched between 'auto' and 'full speed'.
To do this switch the display into standby. If the standby light flashes 4 times it is indicating a fault in the Thermal Sensor Assembly which will explain why your fans aren't working. With the display in standby press the menu button and within 3 seconds press the power button. The display will turn on with the integration menu. Select the option tab and scroll down until you see 'fan control' - press 'set' to toggle between 'auto' and 'max'. When you select 'max' the fans will run at full speed within a few seconds. The fans are a bit noisey at full speed so you may want to look into replacing the sensor eventually.
We are having the same problem of the Pioneer Elite Pro-99 turning itself off all of a sudden. The red 'non' power button comes on as if we had turned it off remotely. We would love to resolve this. If you can help let us know.