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Old 11-29-2012, 09:36 PM - Thread Starter
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Ive read up on this but cant find any resolution on the issue and also mine seems to be acting a little different than what Im reading. So any help would be greatly appriciated!

Anyways when I power the TV on after it being off for an hour or longer, over night, etc I can hear the TV click, fans kick on and than I hear another click and the red power light would blink 7 times. Ive found this from searching:

7 blinks Driver SOS 2 SU / SD / SS Boards
(SC floating voltage area)

When I power on the TV the second time the TV works flawless with no issues. Ive even turned it off for about 30+ minutes and powered the TV on again and it starts with no issues. Its only when the TV has been sitting for a few hours is when it wont power on as normal.

Does anyone know what the issue could be? Is this something I can replace myself or should it be done by a professional. TV is about 3 years old and bought new and I believe my warrany expired a few months back. Figures its always something that goes bad after the warranty expires if feels like.

Thanks in advance,
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:39 AM
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Sounds like a capacitor issue with that board. You will probably need to replace it.



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Old 11-30-2012, 03:58 PM - Thread Starter
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Sounds like a capacitor issue with that board. You will probably need to replace it.
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The error I got was that though? But do you know where that capacitor would be located and what part, diy instructions? Anything like that would be great.
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The error I got was that though? But do you know where that capacitor would be located and what part, diy instructions? Anything like that would be great.

The caps are on the boards. You will have to replace the board(s). See link:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/15964494/Plasma-Symptoms-and-Cures



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The caps are on the boards. You will have to replace the board(s). See link:
http://www.scribd.com/doc/15964494/Plasma-Symptoms-and-Cures
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Ian thank you for the link. Ill go through it and see if that will help me figure out the issue.
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