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Flashing Power Light

Hello, My Hitachi 43UWX10B will not power on properly. The power light will flash and I hear a clicking noise. I openned up the back and saw a green LED flashing. The id on the circuit board for this LED is DP25. Can anyone help me with this? Thanks, Scott

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Located in the power supply section of the unit. There is a pico fuse (soldered in fuse) that opens up and there is no high voltage. The second click that you hear when the set is turned on. This can be diagnosed With set unplugged, with an ohm meter with a simple continuity test. I think the pico fuse is 4 amps , I am not absolutely sure. I have seen this problem in that unit previously. There is also a convergence problem that occurs with that set. Scrivitron.

Posted on Jun 29, 2007

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