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Error condition 3 message.

It only sees the rgb inputs. The repair service said that the eprom got flashed from a power surge but hus people want to sell him the whole input board which would cost around 1000$ Does anyone no howto or where to get the bin file for this model?

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Re: Error condition 3 message.

I agree with the service people. Replace the board or contact . Many shops use rebuilt boards from this service and they have a 1 year warranty. They will test it first and repair it if it is faulty. Do not flash it due to the EPROM may have emf damage.

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Try this - it might work to "reset" the TV to factory default settings (if there is no component failure/defect in the TV).

1. Unplug the TV and leave it unplugged for 10 - 30 minutes.
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If it still will not power up normally (or the standby light is not lit), then there's probably a blown fuse or capacitor or other internal component failure or fault. If this is the case - the TV will have to be diagnosed/repaired by a reputable TV repair facility. If it's still under warranty, I would contact the manufacturer's Customer Service department and just tell them that the set has failed and will not turn on.
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Source(s):Owner of a 37" Olevia LCD 720p TV. Many years experience installing, setting up, troubleshooting and repairing various electronic equipment (including TV, radio, computer, audio-visual and other electronic devices). Master communications-electronics technician.

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