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Heard lots of problem with similar case for this tv,you need to buy upgrade kit from the haier itself, there also available at Sears you will get instruction sheet will contain all information all you need is screw driver to replace the parts Control Board TV-5210-39, Y-SUS TV-5210-35, Z-SUSj
TV-5210-37, New EPROM Chip 2006 version TV-2455-03, Upgrade Label
TV-4050-08 and Haier Service Bulletin SB-TV-0003 containing the
instructions to replace the boards yourself.
Bypassing the V-Chip Lock on most Mitsubishi sets: Mitsubishi sets use a four-digit passcode that is required to view a V-Chip locked program, view the locked TV, cancel the lock, or enter the V-Chip lock menus. If you don't have the passcode, it is easy to bypass. This is neccessary if you forgot the code, purchased the set used, or if you simply don't feel like searching through your files to find it.
To bypass the V-chip: You can view the locked shows by pressing the number 9 and QV buttons on the remote at the same time, whenever your passcode is requested. This process temporarily unlocks the TV.
To reset the code: When you use the button combination 9 and QV while entering the V-Chip Lock menu, this process deletes your old passcode and prompts you to enter a new passcode.
SETTING V-CHIP This TV is fitted with a V-CHIP controller which provides you with channel viewing access controls and restrictions. This function is to prevent your children from watching violence or sexual scenes that you may choose to exclude. Press the MENU button and press the SET + or – button to select the V-CHIP SET option, then press the ENTER button. Enter your password (4 digits) using the Direct channel selection buttons (0-9). In the event of entering incorrect password press the RESET button. Then press the ENTER button. Enter the same password for confirmation, then press the ENTER button. Press the SET + or – button to select the V-CHIP option. Press the ENTER button to select the ON. Press the SET + or – button to select the TV RATING or MOVIE RATING option. Press the ENTER button. Press the SET + or – button to select the desired rating for the applicable video or TV channel. Press the ENTER button.
And to change or put in a new password: NOTES: • If you want to change password, follow steps 1 and 2 and select "CHANGE PASSWORD" option then enter your new password. • The V-Chip function is activated only on programs and tapes that have the rating signal. • Once you block a program using the V-Chip function, the blocked program cannot be watched based on the content of the show. When the program starts, the "INPUT PASSWORD" will appear on the screen. When you want to release the V-Chip temporarily, enter the password. If you change the channel or turn off the TV while the V-Chip function was temporarily released, the original setting will be resumed. If you return to the channel you were watching you must re-enter your password to temporarily release your V-Chip function again. • When you watch the TV from the cable box or the VCR with the RF Modulator, then you release the V-Chip temporarily, the V-Chip setting will not be resumed until you turn off the TV. The TV channel is not used in this case. • When changing the channel with the cable box or the VCR, approximately 10 seconds will pass until the program appears.
You didn't get the chip seated properly. You will have to get back in there. Remove the chip. Make sure you didn't bend any pins. Re-install the chip and make sure that it gets locked in with the locking tab. Take your time and you should be alright. I hope this helps.
Sounds as though you have a power supply problem. Check the TV cord for a weak soft spot to make sure the cord isn't cut or burned internally. Either that or the chip that controls the switch on and off may be failing inside the TV, in this case you may have to remove and replace the chip yourself by unsoldering the old chip and soldering the new chip if you are not electronically challenge.
Replacing the board would be best. You can replace the IC chip but there was a reason the chip burned out. You would need to diagnose the board and find the cause of the short that killed that chip and replace the other parts before you replaced the IC chip. By the time you do this you could have purchased the new board. If you are an experienced repair tech then it may be worth the repair but just for a user then no its not. Ebay has that board available from several sellers for less than $50.
This is a very common issue with this model TV. The problem is caused by the power supply controller chip. This is a small 3 pin chip on the video logic board. When this chip fails the TV video board never gets the signal to turn on and display a picture. Here is a picture of the video controller board from the TV with the power supply controller chip circled, and here is a link to order the IC chip. Open the back of the TV and look at the little chip, you should be able to see that it is burnt. Replacing the chip should bring the TV back to life.