My TV wouldn't turn on and so I unplugged it, then plugged it in again. It turned on this time but now I have a distored screen. It seems a bit blurry, especially around the edges where there is also a rainbow glow. What happened and is it repairable?
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Re: TV wouldn't turn on.
I think you have a burn element called PTC in it it is a kind of remegnetizing the screen
to get no magnetic fields affect the screen
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get a memory stick( flash drive) and up load their soft ware from their
site. I plug the stick into the computor and uploaded the software.
I then plugged the stick into my TV on the side. A screen came up and
the software loaded on the TV successfully. The red light then turned
to green. However, I now have to unplug and plug the TV several times
for it to turn on. It works fine but once the TV is turns on, but when
I turn it off and it cools for a while I have to repeat the same
proceedure off plugging and unplugging
I had the same problem which also included the picture having streaks of red in it sometimes too. I found that both problems were due to the TV getting too hot inside. I bought a $7 small 4" fan from Walmart and pointed it at the back "door" of the TV (where the bulb can be replaced). Both problems have disappeared which I think is due to not letting the interior get too hot.
Not sure if there is an internal fan to cool the parts inside, but if there is it is not working well enough.
There are no tubes; generally the pop happens because of high voltage. It is being shorted out and the pop is either the flyback transformer or the horizontal transistor oscillator. these two are reponsible for creating the high voltage cycle for your television; when either of them or their circuitry is shorted out you hear that "pop" which is the emergency cut off circuitry coming into play to protect the rest of the television.
I have had a similar problem with my tv, it has something to do with the power supply.Try unplugging your tv from the AC outlet. While unplugged from the power supply hold down the - volume control and then plug the tv back in while holding down the - volume control. It should bring up the service screen. If the screen turns on and is blank then it may need to be brought in for repairs.
If the screen does turn on, either blank or with the service menu, turn off the tv and unplug it from the power supply again. With it still unplugged hold down the power button on the tv and then replug in the tv. continue to hold down the power button until the tv displays a video signal on screen.
your system control section has failed due to sudden power failure.
1please check power to system cotrol.
2check tunning &aft ckt in system.
3check memory ic & its section
4check system ic & its section
You first need to rplace the outlet if it sparks where the surge protector is plugged in as it should not spark for any reason. then you need to make sure thast its not the outlet causing your problem by running an long extensition corn or moving the set to a differant outlet.