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Get the set diagnosed before shelling out money for a new power supply. I've seen many cases where a power surge takes out multiple boards.

Posted on Oct 29, 2012

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My satalite was disconnect and then back on well then my tv comes on and in a flash it's off will not stay on it has a picture.Dish said i need a surge protecter.


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1) Check THE receptacle in the surge protector the computer is plugged into.

I have found more than once that One bad receptacle in the surge protector is bad.

"Hmmm, surge protector power on light is lit." "Monitor has power, amp for the speakers has power, and the router has power."
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Tried a table lamp into the receptacle the computer was plugged into, Nothing.
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2) Bypass the Soft Power On of the Power Supply, and see if the problem is the Power On switch, or the Power Supply.

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If it has fan power than all is well. The newer models can handle a zip verywell. What cannot handle it is RAM.
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This is usually the case if you have too many items plugged into USB ports.

If you have a USB hub plugged in then ensure it has its OWN power supply or try remove some items and your problems should go away.

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Power surge knocked out my pic and sound


The noise you hear is the degausing coil and n Sony TV's they are an indicator that the main fuse is good. Your power supply has no other fuses to replace. they are not easy to troubleshoot.

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