Question about Televison & Video
Talked to Olevia tech support-this was their guess as to what happened. Have audio but no picture. The TV is slighty over 2 years old, and in my mind this thing should not ave shot craps already. They say inverter itself cannot be replaced, but I find that hard to believe. I have removed the back panel off tv, and see all kinds of circuit boards, etc. I have no diagram so I am not sure where the inverter would be located.
Any ideas if inverter itself can be replaced; and/or get a diagram or manual showing where this board is located?
Todd HI, I HAVE THE OLEVIA 540 B11, I BOUGHT ONE OF THE SHOPPING TV NETWORK 2 YRS AGO. MINE STARTED CRACKLING WHEN IT WAS TURNED ON , AND THIS LAST TIME THERE WAS A POP AND THEN NOTHING. CAN ANYONE HELP ME OUT. A TV IS SUPPOSE TO GIVE YOU ALOT MORE THAN 2 YRS...THANKS email@example.com
Ok I'm Not an expert on Olevia's but I've done enough LCD Tv's to know a few things. The inverter boards are usually located on the right and left side edges at the back of the chassis. They usually run from the top to the bottom and have multiple connectors coming out to feed the backlights in the LCD panel. I can believe Olevia might not supply them (most other companies do) except as a part of the LCD panel. In some cases, the manufacturer of the LCD panel (Olevia does not make their own panels) does not supply the boards separately to the company making the set..In terms of getting a diagram, the panel maker (probably chinese or korean) probably has one, but Olevia may not. Your best bet would be to keep an eye on a site like this one:
They get scrapped TV's and remove the inidividual boards for resale. I have already checked and they don't have the board you're looking for right now, but that can change. Sorry I can't be of more help!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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