Question about Televison & Video
I was watching my ESA 42' plasma last night and all of a sudden the tv turned off. I tried to use my remote to turn it back on but nothing happened. The remote wouldn't work and I tried to unplug it and replug it and nothing happened again. There is a reset button the side and I tried that also. The tv seemed alittle hot. I only had it on from 8:30 p.m. to 10:25 p.m. and I hardly even turn it on. Did it just need to cool off and maybe it will work when I get home from work. What do you think ??
I think, when a power supply's time is up, it's up now. There is not usually any advance warning,(besides your warranty has expired of course). If you are feeling un-normal heat from the TV, that is a sign the power board just fried out. They always get very hot, from the microchips cooking themselves until there is nothing left to need power. Plan on paying a TV tech to replace your power board.
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