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Pure AV surge protector/battery unit for my TV was unplugged for Hurricane Sandy, but when plugged in, there was no power and only a site wiring fault light and replace battery light are on. Does the

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Which unit is bad, the set or the back up power unit?

Posted on Oct 31, 2012

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SOURCE: blinking power light

This set has a power supply and signal PCB. Since the indicator light is blinking, I would consider the problem to be a missing voltage from the power supply. Unplugging the set for a couple minutes may solve the problem. If not the set may still be under warranty. Contact LG (800) 243-0000 for a servicer in your area. Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 29, 2007

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SOURCE: red light blinks 9 times on Panasonic TH-42PZ77U

hello, panasonic plasmas have a safety shut down circut to protect the main panel when a short is present or internal circut panel is non functional some info i found in the service manual for 10th generation plasma
if your tv is still under warantee take advantage of the pany free service other wise it is a matter of exchanging the defective board then you will need electronic skills for this repair if you plan to do it yourself. it would be wise to have a skilled tech check it out and give you a estimate there are some techs that will come out and check it for free and give you a repair price.

here are some repair manual tips for blinking panasonic .. i didnt find 9 blinks on this manual i may be using a different manual but these are panasonic plasma blinking fault tips for 10th gen
becuase all models have different blinking codes you may need the model specific service manual

for 10th gen model some models 2008,2007,

8 Blinks SOS:
Pin 91 of the MPU IC9003 monitors the status of the SS board. During normal operation, pin 8 of connector SS23 outputs a low to pin 91. If the SS board becomes defective, a high is provided to pin 91. As a result, the unit shuts down and the power LED blinks 8 times.

9 blinks panel config sos

10 Blinks SOS:
The SUB5V and DT9V sources created on the A board are monitored by IC1100. If they are not present at pin 30 and 34, the MPU shuts down the unit. The power LED blinks 10 times.

10 Blinks SOS:
The F_STB_15V of the P board, as well as the derived SUB5V and DT9V sources are monitored on the A board for excessive current. If a short circuit is developed in one of the supplied lines, pin 114 of IC1100 receives a high. The SUB5V and DT9V lines are also monitored for excessive voltage. When an over-voltage condition is detected, a high is also output to pin 114 of IC1100. The DT9V is provided to a DC/DC converter to create the BT30V for the tuner. If the BT30V becomes excessive, a high is output to pin 114 of IC1100. A high at pin 114 of IC1100 causes the unit to shutdown and the power LED to blink 10 times.

hope this helps..


Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: power surge hit my surge protector with my 'sony tv hooked to it.

Well, the power supply may be still damaged by the surge, what may happen is that when first surge happens the surge protector protect your TV by sacrifing itself but then the second surge comes along, since the protector already blown up then the surge will just come right through to the TV on the second surge. That is bad problem for the surge protector that sacrify itself but can only do it for ONE time.

Posted on Oct 31, 2009

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SOURCE: My TV will not power on at all today. It was

it has (2) 8 amp 250 volt ceramic fuses, slow burn, 5mm x 20mm that needs to be replaced. they cost about $1.00 - $3.00 each. Just take off the back cover (make notes of where the 4 different types of screws go!!!) and look just above where the plug goes into the tv. A set of needlenose pliers will easily remove the fuses.

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Samsung LN52A650 lcd will not turn on after power

open it up / there should be a glass fuse replace it/ull find it were the mains lead goes on the board/also try new lead just incase

Posted on Dec 26, 2009

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It was plugged into an expensive power surge protector. With the high winds, it flicked the power off & on 2 times & now it will not work.


Unplug the surge protector and plug the unit into the wall and see if it works then. It might have blown the surge protector with any luck.

Apr 22, 2015 | Televison & Video

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Wii went dead after power surge


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Please visit the site HERE it.You will find a solution to your problem.

I would also suggest holding the power button on the Wii Remote itself to turn it on, or unplug your Wii Console's power cable and audio/video cable for 90 seconds. Then plug power in first, then AV cable.

Goolduck..

Feb 23, 2008 | Nintendo Wii Console

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I would like a replacement router as this one keeps turning its self off up tofour times a dayp tivo


Are you certain that it's the router that's at fault? Is it wireless or wired? What about your wall power?: Does it fluctuate too much?

If wall power is the true culprit, you may find that a UPS ("Unlimited Power Supply") proves quite useful. Basically, a UPS is a sophisticated battery solution--the units incorporate powerful lead-acid batteries--the same type of batteries as those used for starting autos--merely smaller and less powerful.

A surge protector can't bump up power--a UPS may, though--it attempts to "smooth" current--putting less stress upon devices-- perhaps making them last better and longer.

In the event of a power emergency, UPSes may continue to power your TV/TiVo and your router/modem (perhaps located in another room). At least for a few minutes, you may be able to obtain news and weather. Given that your smartphone or tablet is dead, a UPS certainly may keep it alive. (UPSes do "beep" when running on battery power.)

I've noted at stores that your TiVo proves quite expensive. The UPS concept has been invoked widely--practically since the beginning--in business/enterprise, educational, and government computing. Thus, the UPS proves out now as a better home theater solution.

Where your router is, your modem likely is nearby: Plug it into a UPS, as well. Don't get rid of your surge-protector!: Those will remain useful. Certainly, you may plug it into a UPS--if you need more sockets. (Naturally, every such solution has its limits.)

UPS batteries likely will last several years: Generally, DIY replacement proves relatively easy. A great many online vendors service battery customers--replacement batteries at stores now are proving increasingly more available, too. Many differing "brands" often prove compatible.

One fault of a UPS: It's yet another "vampire current" in your home. When you leave your home or sleep, you may switch off the UPS--that ends that current drain. When leaving for vacation, you may then switch it off and unplug it--then, all connected devices are protected from lightning surges while you're away!

Lightning damage proves more common than most Americans believe. Nothing, save perhaps unplugging, can prevent damage from a direct lightning hit. In most circumstances, I do believe that a UPS will protect better then than surge protectors. My brother's TV was damaged by a lightning surge during a crazy weather event--he used a good surge protector, too: My stuff never has been damaged by lightning surges, though. I live nearby.

Needless to say, I've been a big fan of the UPS for a long time!

Jun 04, 2014 | Televison & Video

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How do I eliminate the humming on my Vizio VHT-510 system


see this instruction and fix it. God bless you

    • 1
      Disconnect the coaxial cable at the back of the satellite receiver or cable box by unscrewing the coupler on the cable end.

    • 2
      Attach the cable to the RF IN jack on a surge protector and tighten the coupler clockwise.


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      Connect a second coaxial cable from the RF OUT jack on the surge protector to the input on the cable box or satellite receiver. If this stops the hum, congratulations: You're done.

    • 4
      Unplug the subwoofer's electrical cord from the power strip or wall outlet if it is connected to the same circuit as the AV receiver. The amp in the AV receiver and the amp in the subwoofer are in conflict over the grounding of the electrical circuit.

    • 5
      Plug the subwoofer into its own surge protector and connect the surge protector to a different wall outlet than the AV receiver uses.

    • 6
      Disconnect the subwoofer cable from the back of the sub and the AV receiver if all other measures fail to stop the humming. Reverse the plug connections so the plug that had been connected to the receiver is now connected to the subwoofer. Turning the cable around may solve a problem known as ground-loop hum by reversing the shielding wire inside the cable.


Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_6979184_eliminate-sound-home-theater-subwoofer.html#ixzz2ZdzrgBSa

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I had to unplug my tv today (actually the TV is plugged into a surge protector, so I unplugged the surge protector.) when I plugged the surge protector back in the TV wouldn't go on (acts as if its...


There should be a surge release button on the surge protector to bring the protector back to normal (should be red in color) Some surge protection devices have this option so just check if your s has it. If that is not the case than I think that you might have blown a fuse in your TV.Might just have to open it up and change the fuse within with the same ratings, but please be careful because do have high voltages so get an experienced technician to do this for you.
Good Luck.

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Jun 29, 2011 | Televison & Video

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No power either!!


Unplug the surge protector and plug the tv in directly to an outlet that you know is working, plug something else in first to be sure.

you may find that your surge protector is shot. if it is toss it and get a new one.

Sep 07, 2009 | Panasonic CT-36HL43 36" TV

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The tv died


My ilo Does This Every time We Have A Power Outage Did You Reset It????? Unplug The Tv And Hold Down The On Off Power Button For 30 Seconds Then Release And Plug It Back In And Check.

Jan 07, 2009 | iLO 3200 32 in. LCD Television

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JVC 36


Hi Dave: "My JVC 36" TV will not power on and has a blinking power light."

That means that the protection circuit has started because a fault had been detected.

If this happened after a power surge it is likely a faulty PSU board.

Try first leaving the set unplugged from power outlet for few hours, this will drain power, reset the protector, and fix problem related to accumulation of electrostatic charges on PSU power capacitors.

If unplugging does not work, that means that there is an internal fault.
If this happened after a power problem of some kind, that means that probably one of the capacitors on powr board had blown, and must be replaced.
The TV must be tested by a technician to find the fault.

Jan 05, 2009 | JVC AV-36D303 36" TV

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Reset Surge Protector


Hi,

You can fix it by doing this. but first you need to make sure you leave your house for at least 4 hours so you don't have to be hearing that frigging noise, IT CAN BE DONE! i fixed it.
my unit would start beeping as soon as I plug it in wall, and red light come on, the software is telling me the battery is unplugged
this is what i did in order.
1. unplug all cords, connected to the unit, and power cord to the wall.
2. hold the power button
3. still holding the power button, Connect it to wall. (red light would be on but no beep)
4. I watched TV for 6 hours, red light still flashing
5. disconnect from wall
6 connect back to wall

I heard the unit click one time and green light came on, is charging now....

Jan 27, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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No power


Unplug the tv press power on and plug it back in.
some of these units have a reset clearly marked on the back.
connect direct to wall as the surge protector may now have issue.

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