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Nobody can predict, what might have been happened to your TV after a lightning strike. Do you thing anybody can? Is any technician have a super-natural power to predict the faults that might have been happened due to lightning (More than 10 Million volts to start on stroke) ? Can you?
Contact the authorized service center. OK? http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
"Plasma flat screen technology consists of hundreds of thousands of individual pixel cells, which allow electric pulses (stemming from electrodes) to excite rare natural gases-usually xenon and neon-causing them to glow and produce light. This light illuminates the proper balance of red, green, or blue phosphors contained in each cell to display the proper color sequence from the light. Each pixel cell is essentially an individual microscopic florescent light bulb, receiving instruction from software contained on the rear electrostatic silicon board. Look very closely at a plasma TV and you can actually see the individual pixel cell coloration of red, green, and blue bars. You can also see the black ribs which separate each."
hi.. It's in standby mode. Do a reset and see what happens While holding down the reset button on the remote Press the power button on the tv (The tv will turn itself off the back on) Now release the reset button
It sounds like the lamp needs replaced....
Dont know if this will work for you or not, but my brother gave me his because of the same problem. It would power up and a green light would come on, then after 10 -15 seconds it would change to a red blinking light. I plugged a usb cable into the service port on the side and left the other end unplugged. Then plugged the tv back into the power. i took a small screwdriver and ran across the contacts in the end of the usb cable until both the red light and the green lights came on. I did this several times listening fot the clicking noises in the TV. after doing this for approx 20 seconds, i pressed the power button and the TV worked fine. 5 days now and no problems. Only thing I can think is I somehow reset the software and now it is working fine. Hope some of you can figure this out and give it a try. if the TV is just sitting, you have nothing to lose
Hold down the "input" button and "volume -" button while the MAIN POWER BUTTON IS
OFF. Then turn on the main power button while those are held down, the
light on the tv
& avc box will turn green. When it turns green, immediately let off the 2 buttons
and press "volume +" button, then press the "Main Power" button. Next step is to repeat the process about 20-40
times & the TV WILL WORK!. I have read that this may have something
to do with the energy star compliant commands that can changed through
the serial port. The above is from psxpirate25. Thanks! I had to repeat the whole process a couple of times to get rid of the factory setup firmware mode. Do it 40 times, I would mess up the sequence a couple of times. Keep trying, it does work.