Vizio D32HN-D0 3632-2872-0395 Main Board US4 EEPROM ONLY (SEE NOTE!)

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✔ 180-Day Warranty
✔ Ships same business day if ordered before 3:15pm CT!
PLEASE NOTE: Compatible with D32HN-D0 TVs with serial number beginning with LAUAUKAR, LAUAUKAS or LAUAUKBS.

The EEPROM you receive may appear different from your original but it is a compatible replacement. All sales are FINAL and NO RETURNS will be accepted.


These main boards can have multiple failures, in addition to the EEPROM.

If EEPROM replacement does not repair your board, there are likely additional problems.

Symptoms EEPROM replacement MAY fix:

- On screen display is stuck on logo screen

- TV will not power on with remote or buttons (LED indicator remains same color)

- TV will not turn on after being off for 30+ minutes

- TV shuts off by itself during channel scan or when switching inputs

- TV turns on and is stuck in color test pattern mode forever

- TV turns on but there is no backlight (LED indicator shows TV is on but there is no image)

Known Models

We recommend matching the part number on your TV part with our part number(s) listed on this page. While matching your TV model number is a great start, there are models that use more than one set of parts/panels. Confirming that your part number matches with the part you’re ordering is the best way to ensure compatibility and a successful repair!
Part Number:
180-Day Warranty
Part Type:
Integrated Circuit

What is an IC?

IC stands for “integrated circuit” and it’s a set of electronic circuits on one small, flat piece (or “chip”) of semiconductor material, usually silicon. Large numbers of tiny MOSFETs (”metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors) integrate into the small chip.

Which symptoms does an IC fix in a TV?

•  Since a lot of symptoms could be the result of a failed or defective IC, please refer to any symptoms listed on this page or contact your local TV technician.

*These are helpful tips to get you started and don’t represent accurate diagnoses for every TV model and failure. If you’re unsure of your diagnosis, we recommend checking out our YouTube channel or reaching out to a local TV technician for assistance.

How easy is it to replace an IC?

You’ll need to have soldering experience to replace an IC on a board. If you don’t have that technical background, we suggest replacing the board instead.