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    Agoraquest Forum Index Television Troubleshooting
    SONY KV-30HS510 Replaced Two IC's Set Powered Up Four Blinks NOW It's Completely Dead Dashboard
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    Last Reply: October 10, 2010, 9:42 am

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    Author SONY KV-30HS510 Replaced Two IC's Set Powered Up Four Blinks NOW It's Completely Dead

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    Joined: Oct 08, 2010
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    From: USA New York

      Posted: 2010-10-08 15:44

    KV-30HS510 was in standby with six blinks.  Replaced two IC's in sockets.  Set powered up but was in standby mode with four blinks.  Unplugged set and after checking online realized two plugs in center of D board needed to be plugged in.  Plugged set in again and now the set is dead.  Can anyone tell me what to do now?



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      Posted: 2010-10-10 09:42

    Here's some general advice.

    Unplug the TV for 30 minutes or so.  It's a longshot but some consumer electronics wil reset when unplugged.

    Check your soldering work for the sockets.  Consider re-flowing the solder on all your new solder joints. Check for continuity with a multimeter. Look for any PCB circuit board trace material that might have pulled up during desoldering.

    Disconnect and reconnect *every* connector that you undid for the repair. Check for additional connectors that you might have missed reconnecting.

    Be sure that your ICs are firmly seated in the sockets.  If you have spare ICs you might want to swap those out with the installed ones in the event youhave a bad one.

    Good luck!


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