Question about Televison & Video
The TV does not turn on and stays in standby because it is gone in
protect mode, this happens when the TV main chipset detects that there
is an internal problem, sugh as a wrong voltage, a capacitor that had
blown, a defective integrated circuit, or any other internal fault.
Try leaving the TV unplugged a little longer, to drain power completely, just in case the protection circuit is stuck in error mode.
If the TV does not restart after leaving it unplugged overnight, that means that there is an internal fault, and something inside TV must be replaced or re-soldered (bad joint).
You can call a technician using the phone number printed on the owner manual, or checking on Hitachi website, or letting us know your location.
Calling the factory or the seller you can also ask the price for a warranty extension.
A warranty extension will cover any repair for the next year in case the original warranty is expired.
A warranty extension is oten less expensive than a single repair job.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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