I brought two ILO tv last year and moved into a new home. The power in my house went out and the tv blew out. Once the power in my house back on and my tv wont turn back on. What can cuz the problem what does it need to be fix? Does it need a power supply or AD Power.
Sounds like you probably should have had a surge protector, Kind of an expensive lesson to learn. 20 or 30 bucks for a couple thousand dollar pay off, but anyway, learn from the mistake and put your computer and stuff on one. Well anyway, most TV's will have a fuse in the main power supply that you can order from allied electronics, or your local radio shack. Hopefully you are lucky and after you replace the fuse the TV comes right back to life, if not, it is an excellent excuse to make a trip to your local best buy. =) Hope this helps,
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The model number is stamped in the blower housing. You will need the model number to order a new carb. Tecumseh went out of business years ago but many carbs are still available. Hopefully you find your carb stuck in your seat or something but if not you will need the model numbers off the motor.
Did you have a surge protector on the TV? Have you tried unplugging it for 5 minutes, if not try that. If it still won't work contact your local electrical power provider and start a claim for damages from the power outage.
Yes I have the solution, I watched my 32 inch ILO tv and turned it off went to bed and when I got up the next morning it would not come on. So I got out my receipt, called Wal-Mart they would not offer me any help I had purchased this T.V. in December of 2007, since this is January 09 it was just by days past the year mark and Wal-Mart also informed me that they no longer carry this brand due to this problem, I called the company but they more or less laughed and said that it sounds like your going to have to pay a repair bill or purchase a new T.V. So I am a single mother with no extra money,especially 1 month after christmas. There is a fuse on the T.V in plain view, when you slip off the back of the T.V.on the right side, it costed me a hole $2.50 to purchase at my local auto parts store, works like a new one. The fuse was burt black, so this was a cheap and simple solution. Also Beware this rep from ILO also told me that there company makes Manavox, and Zennith so if there making them beware!!!!!!!!!
This TV might have been affected by the power outage even if it was not ON at that moment. There is a standby voltage still present even when OFF and connected to the AC line.
There might be different failures on this TV:
1. The power supply might be defective after the power outage.
2. The main board could also be defective since the power supplies for today's TVs are not well regulated and once the voltage getting to the power supply increases, the standby voltage voltage will also increase damaging voltage sensitive components like the microprocessor or memory circuitry.