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Re: TV is chirping
The power supply is cycling in protect mode. Most likely there is something in the set that has gone shorted, or the power supply itself has failed.
Very often the horizontal output transistor, and or the flyback, and or some of the support components are defective. This does not rule out the possibilities of faults in other areas as well. In many instances if there is a scan or high voltage failure, the power supply may also be damaged.
It is impossible to guess at any particular components that could have failed without properly troubleshooting the set.
An experienced technician with the proper service tools, and information should be able to determine the failures in your set and service it.
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NOTE: If the TV turns on and off using the POWER button on the TVbut does not respond to the POWER button on the remote control, troubleshoot the remote control. Unplug the TV power cord from the electrical outlet for 30 seconds. Plug the power cord into a known working electrical wall outlet.Aug 15, 2015
The modern TV has two power supply sections. The first is a low voltage +_5 V, very low energy consumption, to keep the remote control functions live. The main power supply seemed to have failed and could be very difficult to fix as it is a energy efficient switch mode supply. Normally the switching transistor or MOSFET fails first and the blows a fuse. Depending on the root cause, replacing these could restore its function.
In that case if ther is no power you better check first the power in the outlet they have.Then check the continuity of AC cord of the TV.If they are good,check the fuse,located inside at the power supply section near the AC supply voltage input.Replace same value of fuse if busted.Then try to turn on again..Try this procedure,hope will it help you..Thanks..
U should turn on the tv ON manually by the tv power button to get the tv ON and used all the codes that was provided by the universal remote user manual for the ur tv brand Broksonic.U must follow the directions carefully and enter each codes correctly,the correct universal codes for tv is enter,ur tv will able to work by the tv universal remote power button will able to turn the tv off/on of the tv set.If none of the tv universal codes that was provided by the universal remote user manaul for ur tv brand Broksonic don't work.Just return the thing to Walmart and get ur money back.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv original remote,than 100% will work for ur tv set.
from experience this problem is happening all the time, to turn your tv back to digital you need to go into source and change it to dtv
With regards to the dvd not playing you could try a default reset which is,
Change it to dvd and eject any dvds in the unit
Press the setup or dvd setup button on your remote (it will be either or)
You should have options for tv type, tv system and default,
select default then it will show up with either yes or no, or it will show reset make sure yes or reset is selected press ok then turn off the tv at the wall so there is no power
then try a dvd, may work, may not
Sounds like a bad power board. They have random meltdowns all too often. Usually the cause is an overheated transformer caused by power transistor short outs. Possibly sell it. Could get over $100 for it if sold online.