Question about Televison & Video
hey Mr Fowgs!
Im writing you from Denmark, I have a B&O TV and am experiencing what sounds like exactly what you described. The TV was without power for a couple of weeks and then when it was powered again, the red standby light lit up as normal, but when I press the "on" button on the remote, it just goes out for a second and then comes back on. That's it. It also does this when I push the "step" button on the TV itself.
My boyfriend and I theorized that it could be a battery that needed to be recharged and perhaps leaving it plugged in would solve the problem. I can hardly believe leaving the TV unpowered is a fatal error. Perhaps it is a strange coincidence, I don't know. But then I read your post.
Can you tell me if you solved this problem, and if so, how? Is/was (hopefully!) your problem exactly as I described? If it was different how was it different? I posted this in the free forum, but thought I would try to get in touch with you directly. If you wouldn't mind you can email me at email@example.com .
Thank you for your time
Solder bad connections vertical output IC......requires chassis
to be pulled....................T.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
I had the same problem. Hit menu and turn captioning off.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
According to Nintendo u can try this. 1. push the reset button and if that doesn't work unplug all cords and memory cards (including sd) from wii and unplug av from the wii and the outlet in wall. Wait 2-3 min and then plug it back in. Thats as far as i got because that fixed my problem hope this helps someone!!!
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
SOURCE: Toshiba 32A32 won't turn on
just fixed one with that problem it was the vertical output ic Q301
that was shorted. try wicking it out. it is a LA7833S.
Postings say to be sure to use the Toshiba part
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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