I got a ilo Hdtv lct32ha36 that just died recently and won't turn on. just a red light on the front. if I unplugged it and leave it off for awhile, it will turn on again, but once it turns off, it won't turn on again and it will need to be left off for awhile again. Why is that? Someone mentioned that when it's left off, it discharge whatever. How can I fix that?
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Re: TV wont' turn on
The failure on your LCD is due to a defective power supply. Leaky or dry capacitors is the reason for the failure. Replacing or repairing the power supply should fix your LCD.
Contact this website and ask them if they have any power supplies in stock.
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Reset your TV. Unplug your iLO TV from the wall and remove any connected devices. Hold the front power button in for five seconds, then release. Plug your TV back in, turn it on and confirm that it is working again.
No power signal lights appear?If no power lights try to check the fuse inside your TV.remove the back cover to see the fuse location.It is located besides the power supply.check it if busted,then replace the same value of fuse.Unplug first before removing the cover to avoid electric shock.thanks!!
It's possible your TV when into protection mode. This happens when a part is burned out inside your TV to prevent further damage.
Try unplugging your TV for 30mins. Then see if the problem still occurs.
If the problem is still there, you may have to take it to a repair shop to diagnose the problem.
Hi, I had a computer monitor that acted similar one time and what I found were that there were some bad capacitors in the power supply board inside. They were identified by the swelled up rounded ends and the heat discoloration of them. They look like little aluminum cans with a vinyl sleeve shrunk around them with the component values written on them. A normal one is flat on the end with no signs of any leakage around them of a brownish blackish substance similar to wax or tar. They are relatively inexpensive at an electronics supply store($1-2 each) so I replaced them all. This will require some soldering and electronic repair knowledge though. The power supply could not stabilize so it just kept shutting down the picture that only displayed for a brief instant.