Question about Televison & Video
It wont power on.you hear a small click. and thats it tried turning off for 30 seconds and unpluging the electricial cord but no luck
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Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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If your set all of a sudden won't come on, e.g., the screen is blank, but the LED on the under the screen next to the on/off switch keeps flashing, then there may be an internal fault on the set that needs to be reset.
To force the reset, try this:
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
I think i have the solution to your problem,
I think that the lamp has gone out in your tv. You should try changing it out. I work with many tv's with DLP's and it almost always is the lamp. YOu can order it online, there is a slot on the side of the tv were you can change it out through there, the lamp should have a number on it. And its pretty simple to do. So there you go..and I could have gotten you a better deal on your Tv.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
This is a common problem with Acer units, both desktop and laptop. The motherboard fails to read the system BIOS at startup. Removing the battery from a laptop merely removes the power source, but not the stored memory. If you are able to locate the CMOS battery, or the cell battery the size of a US quarter dollar, that is the system battery. Remove that, wipe with a lint free cloth (coffee filter) then replace.
If that effort fails upon replacing the cleaned CMOS battery and laptop eneregy source, then a new coin cell may be the solution.
If a new coin cell fails to resolve the problem, the motherboard itself is the culprit. Time for a new laptop or desktop.
Hope this helps you...
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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