Wednesday, November 5, 2014

EAY60968701 power supply testing - how to and repair links

Question
Dear coppelltvrepair, 
thank you for your repair kit for my LG 50PJ350 (using EAY60968701 ).

I replaced all the items on the circuit board but it still doesn't work. The plasma TV still goes into sleep mode. I was wondering if you have any other ideas that I can try to get this thing working?
 

Thanks!
Sincerely,
B. Lesemann


 
Answer
What I would recommend is testing the LG EAY60968701 power supply board  to see if it works on its own and thus isolate it from the list of possible suspects.



A full proper test would require full proper load on the board, but it rarely needs full proper load to show a problem.

So, with the condition that this is still not exactly 100% reliable, there's a very simple and quick way to test if the power board is OK with nearly 100% reliability.

It is actually highly recommended you do this test before placing an order for a repair kit; either that, or just test the components listed in the kit's description to see if any of them are shorted (for semiconductors) or open (in case of resistors and fuses).

Anyhow, here's the test:

Disconnect all connectors from the board except the main AC power one.

Now connect EAY60968701 to AC and wait.

You should promptly hear it click once.

You should also be able to measure about 207V between the pins labeled VS and GND on the connector at the top left.

If you do not have a meter or are afraid to use it you can usually simply play by ear and disconnect the board after a few seconds.

You should promptly hear another click when you disconnect the board from AC, which is the normal response to a board that loses power.

If you do not hear a click the first time you connect the board or if you hear one click followed , in a second or two, by another click (without having disconnected the board) then your EAY60968701 probably has an issue and needs to be serviced.

Remember, no other cables need to be connected to the board for the test to work out!

Here is a link to our EAY60968701 DIY repair kit for the most common issues we've seen.

And here is a link to our EAY60968701 repair service .

6 comments:

Sigi Jetzlsperger said...
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Sigi Jetzlsperger said...

Hello,
tested my board as you mentioned above, but could not measure any voltage between VS and GND.
Relay is clicking once when board is connected to AC while other connectors stay unconnected.
3 resistors and diode D304 tested and OK.
Is it likely that 3BR1565JF also worn out, even though the resistors and D304 is well?
Appreciate your answer.
Sincerely
Sigi Jetzlsperger

Unknown said...

Hi my name is Jonathan, Im from NZ. I got the same problem of clicking on and off but never start anymore, my board is the EAX61397101/9 with 3 resistors at the top right corner. Can you please suggest which will the kit repair for this one? Im keen to buy it if is going to fix the problem

Thanks

Jonathan Navarrete said...

Sorry my email is jonathannavarrete@gmail.com if you can please reply to that.
Thanks

Omar Diaz said...

Did you ever fix the tv?

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