Question about Haier HLH406BB 40 in. LCD HDTV
Looking at your description, i would suggest keeping that TV turned off, it could be Potentially dangerous, sounds like there are some electronics inside the TV's main power input that are faulty and causing shorts in the internal circuitry which is what is causing the overheating, the overheating is due to the electrical currents and the damage to the board.
i would suggest calling Haier Tech support and attempting to solve the problem over the phone with either a repair/replacement.
if that fails, i would definately suggest getting the TV repaired some how, having unsafe electrics in the house is dangerous, take care !
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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It could be a power supply problem or an inverter board problem or something internal having to do with the backlighting of the unit. remove the inverter, and look at the back side and you will see a hot spot, now on the other side of that hot spot, re-solder the service mounted components and that should take care of your problem.
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