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Factory Reset LG 47LV5500 Television

Will not power on. Red light stays on all the time below the power sensor on the television. Tried using the power sensor on the television and the remote, but neither will turn the television on.

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SOURCE: Remote works but TV does not receive

The IR reciever failure rate on LG tv's is fairly high. A few things to try first.

  1. Clean the IR window on the TV.
  2. Fresh batteries in remote(even though it works other devices)
  3. If you have a universal remote, program it to the tv for testing puposes.
Let me know your findings and we can go from there. Lone99star

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I have lost the code list. Would you mind giving me the code list, Please.

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SOURCE: Can I do a factory reset on a LG M227WD Television

Try this: Unplug the set and anything connected to it. Hold in the power button for at least 60 seconds. Plug in and try it.That may do it, no guarantees.

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SOURCE: My 47' LG HD television

I had the same situation with my 47" LG. I opened the back and found 3 bad capacitors (bubbled on top). I replaced them at a cost of $1.20 ea at Radio Shack. I'm no expert at replacing these, so I let you tube be my teacher. I saved myself over $200 by doing it myself, not to mention there are some dishonest people out there that'll lead you to believe your TV is shot.. See the pics below of the "bubbled/bad" capacitors. These shoud have flat tops..Hope this helps....01b92fd.jpg

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