Question about Toshiba 65HDX82 65" Rear Projection HDTV-Ready Television
Similarly to the recent posting by bwb68, when I turn on the TV I hear the speakers click on and the red power light glows but there is no picture or sound. We were in the middle of Lemony Snickets when it just went blank. Other devices on the same surge protector kept working fine so I am concerned. I got this baby new in 11/02 and it has been good so far. Am I in big trouble or can I fix this on my own? I hate to spend the money on a repairman to tell me I am screwed. Help and thanks, Glenn firstname.lastname@example.org
Well you've come to the right place - - even though this is one you probably can't fix yourself this "repairman" is here to tell you that you're not screwed either... From what you've explained it sounds like the SMPS (switch mode power supply) or something in the B+ volatges are at fault. The fact that the TV does power means that your lower voltages are still working and the x-ray protection circuit is probably keeping the unit from doing any critical damage to itself. So, my best professional advice is, have an expert look at it.. As a couple of tips: (1) Find a good reputable shop. Call NESDA and ask for phone numbers to some or their member shops in your area. (2) Take the unit to the shop yourself. Have a buddy help you load it in the back of a truck, strap it down, and take it in.. Much of the cost will be in transporting. (3) Have it estimated before any repairs and know ahead of time what the shop charges to estimate the job. (4) Ask to have the technician save all the old parts and compare those parts later with what work is outlines on the final invoice. The kind of repair you have there is something I do every day, sometimes two and three times a day - - to TV's that are far less worthy. Hope this helps! Bill
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