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How do you disconnect Toshiba 37lx96 SEINE Module?

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  • John Elegante Jan 02, 2016

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    ?Is this the same for other models?
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Turn off set, unplug power. Remove back cover. On brown circuit board left of center, unplug connector PJ63A. Plug in power, but don't electrocute yourself! If you no longer get the continuously blinking red light, hit the power button. If it comes on, the SEINE module is bad and must be replaced.

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I have a toshiba 37LX96 that has the yellow blinking light


If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Type in the brand name "Toshiba", in the search box [at the top right] of the display window and the Search will start at once as you type in, and will show you all the related posts. It will make surf easy.

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My Toshiba tv model 32LV67U hdmi connectors are not responding. Other than that the tv works great. Can this be fixed? If so, how and how much will it cost to do so?


I googled the seine board number and it sells for $95. If the TV is fairly new I would write to Toshiba about the problem. I am a bit old school and do not expect certain equipment to fail prematurely. Even if the warranty ran out it is worth telling them how you feel. Maybe you can get a discount on the part or some other compromise on the repair if your communicate effectively with Toshiba. Good luck. ( I think I will check all my HDMI ports now before my the warranty on my TV runs out.)

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We have a Toshiba Model 37LX96 LCD/DVD Combo Can't turn on, after a recent power outage There is power going to the unit, but it will not turn on using the remote or using the "power"...


Common problem with the main board. Only happens after losing main power, not just turning the TV off.
I found that blowing hot air with a heat gun down the vents above the DVD player (don't melt the plastic housing) will warm the main board up enough to get the TV powered up again.
You'll be good to go until the next power outage then back to the heat gun.
Also the spec sheet indicates max humidity at 80% so keep the TV in a space with lower humidity.
The Toshiba 37LX96 is a quality TV, not a throw away if you can keep it running.
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My 46" Toshiba LCD is just 2 years old. When I turn it on the color is very, very dark (almost cannot see the objects) after about ten minutes the color comes on and then the right side of the screen is...


You can have a seine board from the following link:
http://www.shopjimmy.com/toshiba-75009033-seine-board.htm
But before purchasing, make sure that it would fix to your model (Ask about it to your repairman). If it does, do the purchase. Once it is in hand, the fix would take less than 24 hours.
Cheers. Thank You.

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TV will not come on.


Might not be the exact same problem as you - I simply turned the TV off one night and it never went back on. Just had the LED red light in front flashing. Was about to give up hope and kick it to the curb when I decided to try the Solution posted by CheapTech: http://www.fixya.com/support/t101749-tv_turned_itself_off_turn_back

It WORKED. Plain and simple, it worked.

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How to bypass seine card? 50hpx95


Turn off set, unplug power. Remove back cover. On brown circuit board left of center, unplug connector PJ63A. Plug in power, but don't electrocute yourself! If you no longer get the continuously blinking red light, hit the power button. If it comes on, the SEINE module is bad and must be replaced.

Dec 13, 2008 | Toshiba 50HPX95 50 in. Plasma HDTV

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Power ligh blinking no picture no sound


I had the same problem, it is usually the SEINE module. this unit is about 350 to 400 and they only come refurbished. You can bypass this module which is what I did and it worked sweet, and I have 2 hpx 95s they were both the same problem. This module is for HD off air only so if you are using that then you need a new one if you have cable or satellite save the money and remove the back of the TV and disconnect the module. Give the TV about 3-4 mins to reboot and HELLO TV.

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Red light flashing. TV wont start.


Bypass the SEINE module if you know how. If you use off air HD you will have to get a new module.

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