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hello!

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first of all, let me ask if this is the right place to post the thread if not please link me to it or

tell where to post the thread

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ok here is my problem

i get the plasma for a friend of my tell me if i can help him to fix it , when i get it , I plug the tv and a red light was on I power on and it click on and the red light start flashing no image or sound

I remove the back cover to check the power supply for any bad capacitor and all since to be ok

then i start to check the fuse and I found a blow fuse in one of the Y or X SUS board, now after change the fuse ,I turn on and the tv it clink on like 7 time and nothing but the flashing light still there, I remove the back cover again and place the blow out fuse back again to see if do any change but nothing the tv still doing the 7 click sound when i turn on

can some one help me out to find out what is the problem and what i need to replace in order to get the tv back to work

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You need to unplug the Y-main first, check if set powers up, then plug Y-main back in, unplug X-main and re-test. A very, very common fault on this model is the Y-main which blows the buffers. Not too bad to fix, but you need to have good soldering skills.
 

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yes still clicking ,the only way the clicking stop is when I unplug the video panel the one with all video input and output and HDMI , but I don't get nothing at all


UPDATE: i check the volt on the CN801 plug at first I get 5.someting volt for STAND-BY and no volt for all other like 18v amp,12.v not of does have volt coming out ,I put the plug back the video card and plug the tv and now not clicking no flash light nothing completely dead

i don't know what to do now should I buy a power supply

what do you think

please send me a PM soon you're online

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I don't PM people to offer support. Always on the forum; never in private.

You probably have a bad main board, it is fairly common. You will need to check the PSON and VSON on the main board to power supply connector.
 

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Well I check the power supply volt going to the x and y board and the small plug going to one the small board at the bottom of the tv and there is no power on none of those also one of the fuse next to the AC volt IN don't give and power like the one next to it the one next to it give 120v

I'll post a pic of all the plug and fuse

Tonigth
 

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Originally Posted by kiko0078  /t/1468094/samsung-plasma-display-fp-t5084x-xxa-help-need-it#post_23231354


Well I check the power supply volt going to the x and y board and the small plug going to one the small board at the bottom of the tv and there is no power on none of those also one of the fuse next to the AC volt IN don't give and power like the one next to it the one next to it give 120v

I'll post a pic of all the plug and fuse

Tonigth
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Originally Posted by kiko0078  /t/1468094/samsung-plasma-display-fp-t5084x-xxa-help-need-it#post_23231354


Well I check the power supply volt going to the x and y board and the small plug going to one the small board at the bottom of the tv and there is no power on none of those also one of the fuse next to the AC volt IN don't give and power like the one next to it the one next to it give 120v

I'll post a pic of all the plug and fuse

Tonigth

hey, have chance the power supply and the main board and still the same the power relay keep clicking on and off , for couple time and then stop and nothing

like i told you the only way the power relay don't click is if I unplug the cable from the power supply to the main board ,any ideas what may be the problem
 

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It sounds like you have a bad main board.

To verify this:

- Unplug the connector going to the main board.

- Use a 100 to 470 ohm resistor to connect VSON to 5V standby.

- Use a 100 to 470 ohm resistor to connect PSON to ground.


You will now need a DMM to check the Vs voltage.

Once you have verified if Vs is present, you then need to enable the test pattern jumper - more on this later.
 

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 http://s671.photobucket.com/user/kiko0078/media/IMG_0336_zps36d70098.jpg.html

this is the cable i told you soon i unplug this cable the power relay stop clicking


ok so the Vson And Pson is located it on the plug that go to the T-con board and the stand-bye is located it on the plug that go to the main board
http://s671.photobucket.com/user/kiko0078/media/IMG_0351_zpsa943579a.jpg.html

http://s671.photobucket.com/user/kiko0078/media/IMG_0350_zps061908f8.jpg.html


ok have a 180 Ohns resitor is that fine?


also i will do that ,but before let me tell you that i also bought the power supply and main board and still doing the same thing power relay keep clicking like 4 time
 

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ok i know but on the main board plug i don't see any Vson pin like the T-con plug here what i have, also the all the ground are 5.3v and 12v on the main board plug tell me witch ground should I use , and also

the N/C (AUTO _V) will be the V_son

i been thinking that may be the cable that connect the main board to power supply that is bad (not good cable) and by the way did you know the name or part number of the cable cause I have been looking for the cable and no luck , if you know where i can buy it let me know

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http://s671.photobucket.com/user/kiko0078/media/IMG_0350_zps66cd36d0.jpg.html
 
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