We had a power outageand when the power came back on there was no power to the unit. I checked the plug and the cable that hooks up to the unit and they both work. There is a "ticking" noise, kind of like a clock, just inside the unit where the power cord plugs into it. No light come on at all, no other noises, etc....
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Re: no power to my Dell 2300MP Projection TV
I bet you $120.00 you did not have a 1000VA UPS on it. If I was right, you can pay me now, and I can send you one.
You need a new TV.....or it will cost you $150.00 to fix.
The thinner they are the faster they blow...by the way they have a computer in there.
It also happendend to me...on my plasma TV. I am no better then you. I installed a 1000VA UPS on my TV...no problem on power outages.
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I have researched the owners manual and it states to recheck the lamp door and make sure the lamp is seated properly and that the door is closed tight. I can email you the manual if you do not have one.
LBrown18062@hotmail.com Lawrence Brown
If any of the following conditions exist, turn off the TV, unplug the power cord, and repeat steps 1-9 to ensure that the lamp unit and lamp unit door are installed correctly: • No picture • Dark picture • TV will not turn on If, after repeating steps 1-9, the problem still exists: • In the U.S., call TACP consumer solutions at 1-800-631-3811. • In Canada, locate the nearest Toshiba authorized service depot by directing your web browser to www.toshiba.ca; click "Home Entertainment," and then click "Support."
There is no lamp in a plasma TV. If you have a "blackout" display, the unit must be taken to a service center for repair. It could be as simple as a blown fuse in the power supply or as complicated as a shorted picture tube--yes, that whole display is ONE large gas-filled tube. Definitely check for warranty status on your unit. Did you buy extended warranty coverage?Have your receipt, warranty info, etc. when you take the unit in...most major suppliers can look up all the info on their computers but, if you have an extended warranty, you'll need that folder with the contract number. Hope I helped you!---Rick
Have the same problem here. Have two of these units. Took the bulb out of the one that had the Lamp light on, and put it in the other projector. The other projector worked perfectly. I have three bulbs, they all work in the one projector, they all cause Lamp Light in the other one. The manual states nothing about hard resetting the unit. Also note that, the fans do not power up instantly on power on, they come on about 5 seconds after pressing the power button.