I have a toshiba 36". Before i put it in storage i never had any problems. After i moved it into my new apartment, i plugged it up and it sounded like a normal tv powering up, and the red LED on the front panel is on, but no picture, the tube isn't even lighting up. Is this an easy fix, or worth fixing, what could it be? thanks.
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I had the same problem on my 61" RCA TV... The switch for the power/channel changing buttons seems to be a faulty product... However if you are a little technical you can open up the front of the TV and disconnect the button panel from the tv and just use the remote to operate it.
I would try a power drain: Unplug the TV's power cable so the TV is not grounded to the house. Then press and hold in the TV's own power button for one minute to drain the capacitors. Plug the TV back in and see what happens. If the TV will still not turn on, I would say you have a problem with the TV's mainboard as a dead power supply will not light any LED's for you.
no rocket science here - my son fiddled with the cable cord attachment, until presto, the screen became sharp. Then we moved away as fast as possible, lest we shifted it and it put us back at square one.!!
dear, you can check that transformers out put before connecting to a tv. also when its connected to a tv.
get a avo meter and connect in series with a tv.
observe the current on the intial switch on and when the picture goes. if you notice that current on intial switching is high and then it starts going lower and lower, then change the transformer.
but if the current starts going up from the intial current then check the power supply components of the tv.
thanks for asking fixya.