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Re: TV Will not come on
If you have no indication of power it could be a fuse and if this fuse is black it means more problems ahead, if you have a LED that blinks or turns on you might have a bad component that needs repalcement like a bad Horizonatl output transistor as well as a safety fusible resistor,or a simple loose conection could be the reason,you should get the assistance of a servicer if you are not familiar with tv service.Be careful.
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I have had the same TV for the same amount and just realized these things just aren't built like the TVs we grew up with. Especially 6 years ago, when HDTVs were peaking and expensive as hell. Now, these things sell for half the price. Go Figure! I say to stick with what you are doing until you get tired of it, or buy another TV. These things aren't built to be fixed. Believe me, I wish I had a better solution.
When you had a TV for that long and you haven't change any part of it, it could be a couple of things. For example probably the lamp is about to run out and it just won't run that much anymore due to the gas that creates the plasma witch lights the TV is almost done. That's one thing, another issue might be the ballast, it might be having circuit that's overheating the part or the TV, and that's causing the TV to turn off. Similar to that is the power supply board that also might be overheating due to the lack of maintenance on the TV, i really suggest to check with a tech so he can determine the exact issue when he sees the TV by himself. Please contact me if you have any other question!!
If your LCD is less then a year old, I would suggest to contact the manufacturers to have it fix under warranty.
The failure on your LCD could be a defective back light inverter or a power supply not providing enough power to the back light inverter board.
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