Lightning struck near my house and my TV never worked after that. I have no video, no audio. Red light in front of TV comes on, and you also hear the normal click sound. On the Power Supply Board all LED's come on, but there is one LED (D913) that only blinks twice, with less intensity the second time, after that initial blinking it never comes on.
On one of the main boards (DPOX Deflection P.W.B.)there is another LED (DP37) that never comes on, and it is near the IC STR F6629B, any suggestions.
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My experience with a lightning struck tv suggests even if you get it working it is unlikely to be the tv you remember ever again.
Even a mild lightning strike has a great deal of power and will track across every part of the tv circuitry in an effort to find a pathway to ground.
Unlikely to be the power supply alone though the components are a little more robust than many in a tv, however it is difficult to know without the sort of tests a tv guy can provide as many modern power supplies are intelligent switch-mode types that monitor the current drawn by circuits and will shut down if it exceeds limits and sometimes won't work at all when disconnected. This is a necessary precaution against fire.
The flashing red light might be expressing a fault code - or might not.
It is a premium tv and if your home insurance wouldn't cover the cost of replacement it would be worth the cost of a repair estimate from a professional.
No,Ur power supply board have a big jolt massive power search.It dead,change the power supply board,will solved this problems.Tries Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
It may be too late for this advice, but if you live in a lightning prone area, you should consider having a 'whole house surge protector' installed.
The cost should be well under $300 (a lot less if you install it) and with the included insurance (most often for $25,000) it is a good investment.
If your house was struck, I'm surprised you don't have a list of things that no longer work.
It could just be an expired TV.
Most likely the power supply. In most models, if the lamp goes out you will still get sound.
However, the power supply is not a single piece swap. I would suggest getting a voltmeter, and check the voltage where the power cord meets the power supply. Then follow the circuit pathways, checking after each component, until you find a break in power. You are getting power to that light, so some power is getting through. However, the light works on much less voltage than the rest of the television, so probably there is a capacitor or transformer that's gone out.