Question about Pioneer SD-582HD5 58" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
I replaced the STK392-110's, then powered on only to have the set go to standby after about 3 seconds. Examined fuses and found a blown FU204 fuse; 5A / 125V. No service manual, and not a professional repair guy. Need some help to figure out what's tripping the fuse. When I first turned on the set after installing the STK's, it had sound and seemed to be working, but only after about 5 to 10 seconds went into standby. Repetitive turning on only got about 3 sec's before going to standby. Now, power isn't even able to start the power on cycle, no obvious change from the standby mode, no noise, no new lights, etc. I imagine replacing the fuse will allow it to exit standby, but will probably still only last 3 sec's before returning to standby... and eventually will blow the new fuse too. Any suggestions on what to check? I'm tempted to re-install the STK's, or even replace the new one's with the old ones just to see if there's a short in the work I did there. Thanks in advance.
Whenever you suspect you may have a solder bridge where you did not intend one, use a digital meter set on connectivity to check out whether you are getting a short. If so, most likely you need to redo it.
Doublecheck by using the same meter set on ohms reading. If it is super low, like 1-2 ohms, it's shorted. Your conductivity beeper may still sound off if it's less than 100 ohms, which may be a valid reading between 2 points on any cb.
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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