I have the following: Model: Pioneer SD-533HD5 Manufactured: April 2002 About four months ago, my TV would not go on. When the power/standby button was pushed, the LED would turn green for a second and then go immediately back to red. I searched the internet and found that it was likely a fuse. Sure enough, I was able to find the fuse and repair it myself. It blew the same fuse about four times over the past four months. I kept fixing it. When blown, a red LED on the board within the TV is lit up.
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Check power supply board located on the Right bottom board,in the middle is a 6amp Fuse it could be blowed.
Located on the Left Hand side should be the Big Black ICs will have part number on them STK392-110 ,Bad STK ICs can cause this also.
Mats Electronic Parts 1-800-628-1118 they will have ICs ,ect...
yes it is worth fixing.if you r getting it repaired for the first time.
but you will have to wait for some long time to get it repaired as the tv is very old its very difficult to get the parts for reparing it.
the problem what you r facing is the problem of the convergence in your main board of the tv.
it has to be repaired.
i will advise you to get it repaired as it will work.
for doing it your self you can try clicking this link and following the given instructions in it
its the problem of the ics on the main power supply board
Do the IC heat sinks get warm??
If they do not, check fuses F852 - 2AMP, F853 - 1.25AMP, F850 & F851 - ALL 5AMP on the power deflection pcb. THESE ARE NOT GLASS FUSES. They are usually about the size of a 1 watt resistor and either green or orange in color. They are soldered in. The nomenclature is printed on the component side of the board. They are all about centered on the opposite edge of the PCB as the high voltage transformer.
If you have cleaned up the mess you describe you most likely have one of these fuses blown.
if dont have any technical knowledge its advisable to call a technician as it is worth getting it fixed.