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Re: Sometimes it turns on, sometimes it doesn't,9P5034...
NOT EXPENSIVE POWER SUPPLY PARTS ARE NEEDED TO BE REPLACED . ONLY A TECH WHO , HAS EXPERIENCE ON THIS TV MODEL AND THE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THIS PROBLEM ,COULD FIX THE TV RIGHT THE FIRST TIME. OTHERWISE REPLACE POWER DEFLECTION BOARD ,PARTS AVAILABLE AT PARTSTORE OR SIMILAR COMPANIES
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Two problems: first, tv turns off for about 10 seconds after being on awhile, then turns back on. 2nd, picture will sometimes go black horizontally displaying only half of the upper screen. This will go on for about an hour off and on.
You can get the actual remote control for that model at the following link. If your not sure which one it is just leave them a email with your model number and they will respond quickly. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
are you sure there is a signal for it to display? is there anything attached to it(pvr, cable box, dvd player...) and is the device turned on.also, depending on age it may be dead. also depending on age, the backlight(not the screen itself) might be gone. take it in and have them see if there is a problem.
Yes you will need to discharge any electrical equipment before working. One way of doing this is keep equ. unplugged for sometime or after unplug short hot to ground which will most times cause a spark. You can go to vancebaldwin.com or andrewelectronics.com or any online parts store and get the part number off old IC, yes these are on the convergence module. They are big STK's, also there are resistors that will need to be changed and maybe pico fuses.