1 year old Olevia 327-S12 stopped working. Blue light comes on when power cord is plugged in but no response when pushed.....nothing. Remote does nothing as well. It's a nice blue light but I would like the TV to turn on ;-(
This started to happen intermittently. Sometimes if I unplugged the TV, waited a few seconds, plugged it back in...it would work fine. Now it is stuck off with the solid blue power light shining.......doing nothing.....
There is one interesting thing I noticed as this was happening. If I plugged the TV in and the power light came on briefly, then blinked out....then back on solid a split second later....then the TV would turn on and work great. If on the other hand I plugged the TV in and the power light went straight on with no quick blink.....then it won't work.
It almost seems like it wont boot up or something? I checked for bad capacitors and visually they look ok. I tried plugging in USB cord but my computer says "The USB device connected has malfunctioned and windows does not recognize it".
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my olevia a 232 s12 2nd hand tv . gift from a relative wont power on .just had the blue light on.i was able to reset my 32 inch olevia by pressing and holding down the power button much like a computer to reboot.might work for you.
Hello, Power supply board have problems,just not dead yet.Replaced the power supply board,will solved this problems.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
I just repaired this identical problem on the same model TV. You have a bad power supply (also known as an SMPS). The board is model FSP271-4F02, and is about $75. Unlike the main board for this TV, you can find the power board relatively easily. Try shopjimmy, for example. Replacing the board isn't too difficult if you have a reasonable mechanical ability, have some tools, and are careful.
Thanks for using FixYa.From what
you have described it seems the issue is with the power board or the main board
and we’ll need to check few things. When you open the unit up; take a look at
the power board-the board where the power cords/plugs goes into. You might see
some filter capacitors a little bulged up in the top-If this is the case-this
is your defective part(you can try to replace them-but some soldering equipment
is needed). If not, then probably the main board has gone bad. This is the other
board-where all the inputs are going into. All this is only recommended if you
have electrical expertise and know how to solder/re-solder components. Please
note that the TV components consists high voltages even when in off position. Please
do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further
assistance. Thanks Rylee
Finally recieved an email from syntax olevia customer support after 1 month. a standard desktop computer power cord is all you need for your Olevia LT26HVE flat screen. We lost ours in a move and FINALLY have it up and running again...for only 9 bucks at RadioShack!
Bill, did your tuner go out? I have had the same television for one year. We had a storm and our Buckeye cable went out. All the other tvs came back fine except for the room with the Olevia 232-S12. Everything works now except for the tuner. Cable came in and installed a converter box. Just wondered if you had the same problem (not the storm, but the tuner)