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Old 12-25-2014, 04:06 PM
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i have a 32" Vizio E320VP razor led lcd hdtv that i bought like 4 years ago and i loved it so i bought my sister one for her room too. Well mine is still going strong i have never had an issue with it but hers has issues with the HDMI ports, at first only one started working after awhile and now both have gone out. When you go to either HDMI input it just displays "no signal". My Dad bought her a new 39" for her room today so i have reclaimed her old one since it has just been sitting. They are great TV's, the picture quality is quite a bit better then all the Samsung TV's in the rest of the house so i would like to repair it if possible. could i possible find new HDMI ports and just replace them or is this something i shouldn't get into?
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i just opened it up anyways and found this. looks like i will have to replace the whole board just to replace the HDMI ports. boards go for around $70 not sure i care enough to spend that.

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I'd say it's more likely a problem with the interfacing components than the ports themselves. it would be worth a shot reflowing the solder joints in the area, and testing like D54 and D57 with a multimeter, but I'd bet the problem is probably in the P13HDMI chip, that switches between the ports. Possibly Q36 since the board markings imply it's a simple bipolar junction transistor (the B, C, and E markings).

I haven't found the appropriate datasheet for that particular version of the P13HDMI, being a 64 pin package. it would be interesting to explore the possibility of removing and just bypassing that chip, but would be easier to just replace it assuming a replacement could be sourced.
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right after looking at the board it would be easier to pick a whole new one up for $64 off ebay.
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What happened to the warranty?
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I found this for you............

"I have a Vizio 60 led. Had problems with the HDMI ports saying "No Signal" Here is the fix. Unplug the tv and disconnect all devices from the HDMI ports. Now hold down the power on button on the TV for 30 seconds. Make sure the power is off all the devices you are connecting to the TV. Connect the HDMI cables back into the HDMI ports on the TV. Plug the TV back into the wall Power Outlet. All ports should now work again. Good Luck!"
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I found this for you............

"I have a Vizio 60 led. Had problems with the HDMI ports saying "No Signal" Here is the fix. Unplug the tv and disconnect all devices from the HDMI ports. Now hold down the power on button on the TV for 30 seconds. Make sure the power is off all the devices you are connecting to the TV. Connect the HDMI cables back into the HDMI ports on the TV. Plug the TV back into the wall Power Outlet. All ports should now work again. Good Luck!"
damn, i got excited, but it didnt work. thanks anyways.
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That sucks, it works for most of the people who tried it, some it only worked for a couple hours though.

Found this too just in case you smoke a lot of weed www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5-ZnVsBowE
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