rca d52w25 no power on

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Old 04-22-09, 06:08 PM
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rca d52w25 no power on

went to turn it on the other morning and nothing the green light came on for a few seconds the went off no picture or sound is it worth fixing what could be wrong, thanks
 
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Old 04-23-09, 05:54 AM
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It's worth fixing but may be a long wait for the part. The part # is ... 264102 .It's the power supply module and has been on factory back order for about 6 months now.I fix them at component level so theres no problem getting parts for that , but most shops will just want to replace the module and be done with it.You could call around and ask if any repair shops in your area will do that.
 
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Old 04-23-09, 06:07 PM
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roughly what will it cost and can you point me to a picture of it
 
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Old 04-23-09, 06:20 PM
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what on the board normally gos bad? i am not against soldering or replacing a componet
 
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Can you read schematic digrams?
 
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yes i can read a schematic
 
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You can go to this link and download the manual. Service Manual D52W25YX1, D52W25YX10, D52W25YX38, D52W25YX39 There are so many different problems that go wrong with this module , that I suggest you look for bad solder joints and burnt connections first. If those look ok , Then take some voltage readings using the diagrams and post the results back here and I'll help you out.
 
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what is the best way to remove the power supply from the chassis
 
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Old 05-03-09, 03:14 AM
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Plastic tabs are all that are holding it in the frame.Mark and disconnect only the connections needed to allow you to flip the module over so you can get to the bottom of the circuit board.
 
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