Hey guys, I have some news on my plasma repair. The new power supply board arrived and the tech came over to install it today. Upon installing it, we got power to the TV. Progress. However there is a flashing red LED now. The tech determined that’s an issue with the scan board and the buffer boards that control the image on the screen. He took the scan and buffer boards as he wasn’t able to diagnose it exactly, the tests were not showing an obvious issue. So he took them to test in his own Panasonic plasma. He has the same set. Once he knows which board, then we can order a new board. This is getting a little expensive, but if the scan board and buffer board replacement doesn’t work, and I say stop, then I won’t be charged for the parts, just the labor. So that’s fair. I’m thinking this is it, if this next step won’t fix the set, then I’m stopping. Which would be a shame. I know some will find this too much money spent on fixing an old TV. But given how good the image is on this set, I still want to try to save it. Hopefully in a week or two, I’ll be back with news, good or bad. On a side note. The tech said that the most common issue he’s seen on OLED TV sets are the screen itself going out. That is game over. Those can’t be replaced. So it’s new TV time.