Question about Toshiba 27AF41 27" TV
The tv was turned off now it will not turn back on. When you plug the tv in, it sounds as if it's going to power on, then the red light starts flashing. We were told the tv is in a security shut down mode. We have checked all the fuses, and left it unplugged for more then a week. Still it won''t fully turn on. The light just blinks it sounds as if it will power on, then the light just blinks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power light flashing/ no picture
I have the same problem. The only way to get the TV to come on is to unplug it, but once you get it back on it turns itself off again in a few minutes.
Posted on Jul 19, 2007
Yes, it's quite possible that you indeed may have sufferd from a Power Spike, induced by lightning during the storm, esspecially if plugged in during said storm. I have had quite a few customers ova the years with this exact problem. I always advise my clients to unplug ALL devices during a storm, and for ones that simply cannot be unplugged then some sort of Spike/Surge Protection device MUST be used. As a matter of interest, I have written many a report to insurance companies to support a claim for a replacement.
Posted on Aug 08, 2007
SOURCE: screen shuts off
my screen will turn on right after unit is plugged in and stay on for a short period of time, then it shuts off and the red light near the power button blinks and teh tv will not turn back on. there might be problem of loose contact in power supply Thanks
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
This sounds like a power supply problem, visually check the fuses and if they look ok, and you have a backgroud in electronics test to see if the set is prducing Dc voltage, you will need a multimeter and a schematic to do this with. However, if you do not have a background in electronics please take the set to a qualifide TV repair shop to have the repairs done.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
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