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Replacing Sceptre Power supply

By now we all have figured out that these Sceptre power supplys are not reliable. My question is: are there after market solutions available? I have a 30SV Naga-III. Do I have to take the brick apart and try to repair it or can I get a new one somewhere? Thanks much.

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  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2008

    I have recently had my Sceptre power supply buzz, stop buzzing and CLICK. My 37" TV is now a paperweight. I am interested in replacing the power supply before forking over the dough for another TV/monitor.

  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2008

    IT DOES NOT WORK UNLESS YOU HIT IT

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    SOMES COMPONENTS ARE BURNED THAT WHY INEED A SHEMATIC MANY THANKS

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The attached pictures are the back of our TV which is a Sceptre X30SV NAGA III. In ours the power supply is inside the vertical panel on the back right of the TV. The plug goes in the bottom of the panel and you remove the panel with the horizontal louvers with 4 screws to get at the power supply. A replacement power supply is from Delta Electronics part number ADP 180CB B , 24 Volts 7.5 amps 180 Watts that we reordered from here:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Delta-ADP-180CB-B-24V-7-5A-180W-4-Pin-Din_W0QQitemZ160268090373QQcmdZViewItem

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