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AKAI PT46DL10 no Power at all, no lights nothing. ??? Could it be a fuse? is there a fuse? if the bulb was bad would it kill power to the set?

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Very likely the power supply (no fuses inside)

Posted on Nov 30, 2010

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Service manual for AKAI pt46dl10


If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
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VIORE TV IPT46DL30 shows no light but power ins going to set??? is there a reset putton???


This tv has no serviceable fuses inside. You may need to replace the power supply module.

Nov 08, 2010 | Akai PT46DL10 46" HDTV-Ready Television

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Tv has no power.


is there any lights or sounds at all nothing happens when you press the buttons? genrally if there any lights it means the micro is getting power an it has detected an error if theres no lights or sounds. hat points to fuse or poer supply poroblems

Aug 23, 2010 | Akai PT46DL10 46" HDTV-Ready Television

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Can I see a piture of were the fuse location on the back of the tv.


no power at all .power to set but that is all. no lights nothing. set is 4 years old

Dec 14, 2009 | Akai PT46DL10 46" HDTV-Ready Television

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There was a power outage and when the power came back on the TV didn't. No lights at all. Nothing happens when I push the power button.Is there a reset or fuse I can check.


hello yes there is a fuse in side it will be in the power supply glass type there may be 2 of them, but make sure the powers off good luck

shaun

Nov 19, 2009 | Akai PT46DL10 46" HDTV-Ready Television

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Akai, PT46DL10 Has sound, no picture


make sure all componet cables are in the right color coded spots on the back or side of the tv and you are on the right componet if using a cable box make sure using componet / monster cables not all cable companies support hdmi if that is how you are trying to hook up make sure to check with them

May 14, 2009 | Akai PT46DL10 46" HDTV-Ready Television

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Akai dp46dl10


Chances are that the power supply is bad, and it's no longer available. There is a fuse in the power supply but it usually isn't the problem and it's not user servicable (it's soldered in and is not your average fuse type).

Apr 03, 2009 | Akai PT46DL10 46" HDTV-Ready Television

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I have horizontal white lines across the display of my LCD Tv, I've included more info in the details section below I have an Insignia model# NS-46L780A12 LCD TV MFG date July, 2011 , recently the display has been acting very strangely because the issue comes and goes consistently dependent to whether or not there's caption writing on the screen - examples being programming information , channel , time etc.....these info blocks are each in their own particular areas on the display , where this gets odd is when your watching live TV ,these info blocks are always filled in with whichever program that's on, the best description of this issue is from these individual blocks of written captions on the screen example - from the top , there will be a continuous vertical row of horizontal lines starting directly underneath said caption all the way to the bottom , this will happen consistently wherever there happens to be writing on the screens display, so you get multiple rows of these horizontal lines from top to bottom of the display and they'll stay there for the entire time you watch your show , some shows have more ,some less ,depending on the writing for that show , this is all on cable TV / live TV I guess you can call it , and when I use my Fire TV stick with certain apps , I'll get no vertical rows horizontal white lines on the display with the exception that I push the mute button or change the level of the volume and the lines start to want to show up and do partially just for a little while ,but almost as soon as the info on the screen disappears as far as mute/ no mute or the volume level , the vertical rows of horizontal lines go away , I should also say that in either case Fire TV stick or cable , these vertical rows of horizontal lines take a little time to develope all the way from where the caption lettering begin and same process for when they go away , it's not instant in either case , it can take up a couple of minutes for either process to happen , one other oddity I guess you could say , in watching a cable tv program where you may get let's say 5 vertical rows of horizontal lines top to bottom at the beginning of the process , if you happen to try to watch that show ,those individual vertical rows of horizontal lines of varying widths will eventually connect with each other horizontally across the display

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