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Re: where can I get a ownwes manual for a 27" ilo tv
Failing power supply- Nearly all modern electronics uses a 'switched mode power supply.' They are more efficient, also much more prone to failure but
offer the added benefit of being designed so a 'downstream' fault will cause
the supply to enter a cyclic state to avoid setting fire to your home. The supply itself will also cycle if it has an internal problem;
once again, to prevent destroying itself or anything dependent on its outputs. Supplies built a couple decades ago could only do this by blowing
a fuse and there are conditions that can occur that would not blow the fuse but
would allow overheating and further damage as well as fire. The most common failure is of electrolytic capacitors which
sometimes will show their illness by causing a bulging top or depositing a
crystaline trace around their base. Often though, they show no outer signs of failure but their value
can shrink to tenths of a percent of the specified due to poor seals and
defective chemicals. These can only be found through measurement with a
capacitance meter with a DF (dissipaton factor - loss) capability. They will be in size from ~ 3/8" to 2" in height,
~1/4" to 1 1/4" in diameter, cylindrical, perpendicularly mounted on
the board. They will have markings on their shrink-wrapped sleeves (color can
be any) and range from ~ .1 to several hundred uFd. with voltages from 3-4
volts to hundreds. Power supplies are often mounted on a
separate board (since they are often outsourced) so if you are adventurous,
take the back panel off and take a look.
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Reset your TV. Unplug your iLO TV from the wall and remove any connected devices. Hold the front power button in for five seconds, then release. Plug your TV back in, turn it on and confirm that it is working again.
Most problems with TV not turning ON is a power supply related problem. The relay click are a normal process that powers up the circuit boards. Right now the TV is most likely in " Protection Mode ". The TV detected a bad circuit board and it will prevent the TV from fully turning ON. This keeps the other circuit board from being damaged. The power light blinking is a code. If by chance the TV is still under warranty, go that route. If not under warranty and If you have some electronic experience, if you can find and purchase a Service Manual over the internet. This will help you diagnose the source of the problem and fix it by soldering in the new part. The Service Manual will give you circuit diagrams, blinking light codes, test points, and part# lists. Usually, cost under $20.
I GOT THIS FROM THE RCA WEBSITE...IT WORKED FOR ME...THE CRUCIAL STEP IS TO KEEP PRESSING THE REVERSE BUTTON DON'T JUST PRESS IT ONCE LIKE A LOT OF SITES SAY TO DO. I HAD TO PRESS IT A FEW TIMES, AND THEN IT TURNED THE TV BACK ON AND THE REMOTE WORKED!!! MY REMOTE WAS THE RCA RCR312W...TV IS AN OLDER ORION
TURN ON THE COMPONENT (THE TV, DVD, ETC)
HOLD THE TV (OR DVD) BUTTON AND THE ON/OFF BUTTON AT THE SAME TIME. IT WILL STAY LIT.
PRESS THE PLAY BUTTON EVERY FIVE SECONDS until the component turns off.
Each time the Play button is pressed, the illuminated ON-OFF button blinks ten times and a block of 10 codes is sent to your component. This process continues until all the codes in the Code Lists have been searched. If the component has not turned off after all codes have been searched, the illuminated ON-OFF button blinks four times, turns off, and the Auto Code Search Entry method is exited.
When the component turns off, press and release the REVERSE button, then wait two seconds to see if the component turns on again.
If the component does not respond, continue to press the REVERSE button EVERY TWO SECONDS UNTIL THE COMPONENT TURNS ON again. This will isolate the correct code in the last block of codes sent. Each time the REVERSE button is pressed, the illuminated ON-OFF button blinks.
If the REVERSE button is accidentally pressed after the component responds, press and release the FORWARD button. Wait two seconds to see if the component turns off again.
To save the new code, press and release the STOP button.
The illuminated ON-OFF button turns off. You must press the STOP button to save the code.