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I have a SA-HT830V Panasonic home theatre system and the digital light display no longer lights up...I notice a few posts with the same problem...has anyone found a solution? rjd

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  • Ismael Lopez May 11, 2010

    my friend, this display have flexible connections to the main socket, so i think you have to open the unit and clean the connections and close again carefouly cose this is ver delicated. ask me more help i do thi before

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I have found the solution to this problem. There is a big diode on the circuit you can miss it. Ithe number on the diode is 31DQ04 this diode gets shorted out. therefore the display won't light up. Go to radioshack and buy the the following number 276-1143. " rectifier diode" this is what the diode is doing it is rectifying the AC into DC. the problem should go away!!!!!!

It is not the fuse protector. The fuse is not the problem. I hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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Just try shorting across the fuse protector IP1280 (looks like a resistor) on the Power Board and see if that fixes the problem. If not, I documented some possible solutions in more detail in this forum.

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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    John Wardlow Jun 06, 2010

    More pics in other post on this forum.

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Check little yellow fuse (ip1280) on the supply pcb. I believe it's rated @400ma.

Posted on Mar 10, 2010

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How to add a Switch to Power on and Off HT830 . I just want to use this with my home Stereo System. Is there a Jumper to Install to bypass the CN 501 Socket

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