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Re: tv runs on 110 but not 12volt
There is a fuse on the DC power line for AC/DC sets and you can start by making sure it isn't blown. The fuse may be in the cigarette lighter plug itself, or inside the TV. If you find the fuse blown, replace it with one of the same value and try it again. The fuses sometimes do go for no good reason. If there is some internal trouble with the TV, the fuse will go again and you'll know for sure.
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Tries the tv DVD player,play it with many other DVD discs too?Some the disc u trying to play it might just be bad like the reading shinning laser surfaces are scratches,smushes or grims and dirts on the disc reading surfaces?Tries washes the DVD disc,with some dish washing liquid,dries it with a cloth wait like two mins.Try the DVD disc again.If it have problems,but all DVD discs or with many other DVD discs too?Tries websites like Ebay.com or Amazon.com buy a Disc cleaning kit put Disc in the DVD player to play it have 50/50 chances to clean the DVD player laser eye reader.If not more like the DVD player laser eye it is dead.Tv still work fine?Don't take the tv aparts,tries to clean it laser eye manally,because,if u putting tv back together again might causes tv problems too.Just buy a DVD player unit plug it in the tv and play ur DVD Discs.DVD player extenal unit it very cheap these day.Don't take chances,like take ur tv aparts.
By your description it is a high voltage problem, the horizontal output transistor is probably shorted and is loading the set down which would explain the constant clicking it is making. To repair this will more than likely run what you paid for the tv. But! if you decide to go ahead with the repair then an estimate would be in order because there may be other issues. My personal feeling would be to quit while you are ahead.
The only way is to use a standard "Set top box" or just use it as a video monitor for a VCR or DVD player - It has an A-V input that you can use, but it uses a 3.5mm jack socket (I think) - You'll need to determine the connections, but I'm sure it'll work fine. I'm just researching the conections myself. I'll re-post if I fine 'em.
This is an RCA part but can be used on nearly any TV where the connector has been ripped off. (Make sure to use a soldering gun when soldering the new connector to the metal shield in the TV. The small iron you would use for other connections won't get enough heat into the connection.)
I just bought a 32" dynex lcd and saw that i couldn't program my two $5 ge remotes to work it. From reading in this forum and others I'm not the only one with the problem, I thought I was stuck with only the dynex remote. But the dynex website tells you how to get universal remotes to work,
It tells you to try the codes for Orion, Emerson, Memorex, Sansui, Sylvania, Zenith. The second orion code worked for me. both my ge remotes look and work the same but one uses a four digit code and the other uses a three digit code. I used 0135 on one and 135 on the other. There is a good chance that if you try the codes for the brands dynex lists you will find one that works. The 0135 or 135 might work for most dynex tv's.
If you have a ge remote and haven't programmed it for volume punch through you might try it. It allows the tv volume to be controlled using the ge remote even when it's set to something other than tv.