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Not turning on

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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  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2007

    TV was on stand by now no green light ie stand by and will not turn on.

    tried the unplug replug to no avail

  • jmstef Nov 23, 2007

    When I turn tv on it turns right off. I checked fuses and they are all fine. How can I fix this? Thanks, Joe

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Power supply board pull,then remove original solder on 5 volt
regulator pins then resolder + replace 4 amp fuse........T.

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