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Looking around I find that LG is known for this type of break. Unplug TV for 30-45 min, plug back in. The key is to discharge TV by doing so. I would bet that this is a design flaw or hardware anomaly. If this is the case, buy another TV and expect to get 4 years max out of it... Crappy manufacturing and design is most likely the culprit.
Check ur clicker like tries new set of batteries.Check the power source like the power outlet?Yes,tries tv unplug,replug the tv power a/c cord plug back like about an hour later for the tv to do resetting it seft back to the factory setting.The tv now should work again.If still have the same problems,tv have problems,new tv bought it under a year old.Call LG take ur tv warrenty repair.
Hi there Try doing a system reset on the TV, by unplugging everything from it, then wait 3 minutes and plug the power lead in only. If it works, then plug everything back in one by one. If the problem persists it may be that the software has been corrupted in an update process, which can be performed at night via the aerial signal (this may be why it was turning on at night). In which case contact the TV manufacturer. Hope this helps TV_Doctor
Did anyone find out the solution for this??????? I have the exact same problem with my LG 32 LCD. I only had it for a year and a half, and the green light blinks a few times and it shows no picture. Not even a red light when the tv is off. The same thing happened a couple weeks ago and by some miracle it started working again.
This is probably bad capacitors on the power supply board. My LG 42LB1DR has a known problem with this and I replaced the four bac capacitors myself and saved 5-6 hundered dollars that I was also told that it would cost to fix. I fixed for under 10 dollars and about 20 minutes. LG knows about it but they dont really want to admit it. My TV was only 26 months old when this happened. The four capacitors are made by Samxon and are 2200uf @ 10v. They are junk so even if you have the entire board replaced for say $200 its just going to happen again. They need to be replaced with a different brand.