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Re: Akai LCT3701AD refuses to leave STANDBY mode.
The power supply on your LCD is defective. It does not provide the power needed to all the circuitry due to defective capacitors or other components.
You will need to replace the power supply or get it repair because these service parts are not longer being manufactured.
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Hi, when you turn on your tv does the red led flash in a pattern... does it flash a certain number of times quickly and then pause and
If you can give information on this it will gretly assit us in diagnosing. Can you please check then add the details and repost the query.
If there is no pattern that may also help
many times this standby/power light blinks at one time switch ON? Count it carefully. These blinks are fault indication, and known
as blinking codes. From the number of
blinks occur at one time switch ON; you can get an idea about the faulty
circuit stage inside the TV. This will
make repair easy. For more information, check the link http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
It sounds that, the memory IC to your TV has damaged. This IC can be located very near to main system control IC. A very small one, with 8 solder terminals. Even though it is very small, function of it while the TV works is great. The work is a semi-skilled one, and you must have some knowledge in electronics to proceed.
The blinking light on the front indicates a shorted part in the power supply. The power board will need to be replace or repair to restore the LCD functionality.
Let me know if you required further assistance.