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Could be 100 things. Do you see any burnt components or burnt spots on the board? Probably no way for you to fix this unless you have the electronics repair skills unless you visually spot a short on the board like a loose screw that ended up laying on a couple of components etc.
1) Clear your browsers out Download 'ccleaner' and use it daily. Run it through a couple of times,using the factory settings and the 'Run Cleaner' control until 0 bytes are seen to be cleaned following a scan Run the 'Registry' from the left hand toolbar but 'Save' any changes after opting to 'repair' errors.Never make changes to your Registry without saving the information. http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/ Open Internet Explorer (even if you use another browser as default) > Tools > Internet Options > Connections tab > LAN settings > Uncheck all the boxes and check "Automtically detect settings" > Save > Save
Hi, I own the same TV and had the same problem. It's the #1 plaguing issue with flat panel TVs made by Funai corp. Emerson is made by them.Normally, when this happens, the TV goes into " Protection Mode " because of a failing circuit board.
The most common thing to go out on flat panel TV is the circuit board that supply power to the screen. Commonly called a Backlight Inverter Board.But, I can't say it's 100% the problem because I can't actually look at the tv over the internet. I can only make guesses with the symptom. I'm willing to bet you have the same problem like mine. One of six Inverter Transformers when bad on my Power/Backlight Inverter Supply Board. I replaced it and it works fine again.
You can simply remove the VCP and install a DVD player in its place. You can use the existing RCA's and get power there too. I have done a few and every time I have also had to add a video amplifier as well. The signal out of most DVD's isn't strong enough and you get a mostly garbled and black and white picture. If you don't want to loose the VCP, hardwire the DVD into the video's auxillary input jacks.