Dan, the set has been off for several months due to the stated problem so I powered it up last night to see if the problem would show itself again. And it did not...yet. But a new problem was evident without any blinking of the LED. Each time I changed the channel the audio would switch immediately as expected but the video would take about 30 seconds to a minute to switch and again there was no blinking LED. It did not matter which channel I switched. Any ideas?
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I have not worked on these directly but it sounds like a bad capacitor in the power supply that blows fuses upon a power on. If the unit has a switch mode power supply the switch on from the strip might be sending in a high transient causing the switch mode supply to draw too much current. How does the unit work if you just leave it plugged in? If switching these on and off the better way would be through a zero crossing voltage solid state switch.
Does your ASUS power on? If it does then your computer power supply is good, and if you computer doesn't boot but you can hear power going to the power supply, then your video card has died and a replacement for your video card is due. The "ticking" noise could be your video card cooling off. But your question was a bit vague, I could not tell if your issue was a power issue with your computer or a monitor problem.
This is actually a copy of the manual. When troubleshooting these units, there are always several variables to consider. First check to see what last occurred with the unit such as did the children play video games, did the electricity go out due to bad weather. You may see that there are many possibilities but let's focus on what occurred last to the unit. Once we determine what happened last, we may isolate the actual cause of the problem. The actual cause may be associated with projection issues, older versions (Picture tube), interference from devices located nearby, and even a radio turned on and located really close to your unit. This is normally known as electromagnetic interference to electronics and is very common with the error you have provided today. Please continue to look for anything EXTERNAL to the unit before looking at the internal components
Solid-state controls change the level of power in the fan motor to control the speed of the fan. For instance, when you switch from medium to high on a solid-state fan, the speed control mechanism increases the power of the motor. Solid-state controls are generally equipped in fans with controls that have predetermined settings, such as low, medium and high.
The solid state device in or around the fan motor could be defective and in need of replacement. https://www.hunker.com/12003281/how-does-a-ceiling-fan-speed-control-work
I've been working on Televisions since 1975. I have unfortunily had experience with this model 4 times in the last 2 months. The problem is the same in all sets. First off it is made by Funai in Malaysia and that should tell you the whole story. All the sets that have come through this shop are in the dumpster now. This BLC320EM9 is made just for Wally World and you cann't get parts for them due to a contract between Funai and Wal-Mart. I'm affraid this is just the beginning of your headaches with this set. It has a multitude of other problems... Wish I could have brought you better news. Dan@DBS
gets white horizontal streaks for a split second, then back to no picture.
i think sound will be alright.
while horizontal streaks are called retace lines & is due to video section failure.
please call skilled tech to fix it
it is not a major problem & can be rectified.
at your place without replacing much parts.
your tube is ok.