DIY Panasonic & Sanyo Plasma TV Repair Tips: TNPA5066AC SN Boards Replacement TV Parts Tutorial

DIY Panasonic & Sanyo Plasma TV Repair Tips & Help Tutorial & How to Replace Repair SN Board in Panasonic Sanyo TV Repair
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The SN Board shown in this video is a compatible substitute for the following Part Numbers, and is a replacement for the following Plasma HDTV models:

Part Numbers:
• TXNSN1LFUU
• TXNSN1LAUU
• TNPA5066AF

Plasma TV Model Numbers:
• PANASONIC TC-P42C2
• PANASONIC TC-P46C2
• SANYO DP42740

Top Common Plasma TV problems for bad SN (YSUS) Boards:
•  Lines on TV Screen,
•  TV Stuck in Test Pattern Mode,
•  Partial Picture on PDP,
•  No Power, TV Cycles Off,
•  TV Powers On When SN Board Is Disconnected From Power Supply
•  TV Blink Code, Power Light Flashing

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Disclaimer:
WARNING! Please make sure that your TV is unplugged, and that you are protected from static electricity. There are various ways to eliminate static electricity, but the most common way is to use a grounding wrist strap. Take photos and notes often to help remember the location and orientation of the parts and wires. And feel free to pause and backtrack through this tutorial as much as needed.

Materials Needed:
To be best prepared to replace the SN Board inside of your TV, you will need the following materials:
• A pair of latex gloves.
• Your ShopJimmy.com replacement SN Board.
• A pair of needle-nose pliers.
• Both a flat-head and phillips screwdriver.
• And a cup to hold all screws, clips, and any other small items. So let’s get to it shall we?

Instructions:
• Locate your TVs identification label and take note of the brand name, model number, serial number, and model code if present.
• Unscrew and remove the back cover.
• The Y-Sustain or YSUS board is located on the left side of the chassis. Panasonic refers to this board as the SN Board. The SN Board connects to the PDP assembly through a buffer system most commonly called a Y-buffer or a scan drive. This buffer system can be comprised of one or two boards or can be built directly into the Y-Sustain.
• Carefully unplug all wires and ribbon cables by hand.
• Unlock the wire connectors by squeezing the tab or tabs and gently remove the wires. Be sure to keep a firm grip with both hands.
• Using your finger flip up the tab on the ribbon connector and gently remove the ribbon. Please do not use a screw driver to open ribbon connectors as it can cause damage to the pins.
• Unscrew and remove your bad SN Board.
• A partial part number for this item can be found printed on the board.
• The suffix information can be found stamped on the board.
• Search your part number on http://www.shopjimmy.com to find a compatible replacement.
• Click on the search results to view important product specifications. Verify that your original board matches all requirements noted in the product description prior to purchase.
• Insert all screws to secure your ShopJimmy New SN Board to the chassis.
• Reconnect all cable and ribbon connections.
• Gently guide the ribbon back into the connector, match the line printed on the ribbon cable with the edge of the connector, and close the tab on top.
• Return the back cover to its original position and secure all screws.
• This ShopJimmy replacement SN Board does not require any manual configurations in order to function. Simply plug in and power on and your TV will function as if new.

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