Question about Toshiba CZ36V51 36" TV
The picture on the tv cuts out sometimes and the screen is snowy. the red on/off light blinks. it doesn't do this all of the time. i see where someone said that it could be a cold solder somewhere.
It depends on who looks at the set and what they find---36 inch set with soldering issues anything from 50 dollars on up..........
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Trimmer, you`ve narrowed it down to a certain section and your absolutely correct that it is a bad solder joint, there are 2 things you can do, first get a bright light and a magnifying glass and go over the bottom of the board and look for it, should be fairly obvious with the magnifier, if not go here and order a can of "Freeze mist" www.partstore.com this is a great "tool" for finding intermittents, it`s coolant in a spray can, have someone watch the screen while you spray in the area of the intermittent, when you hit the bad part the set will work, re-solder the part and any joints around it that look bad, end of problem, good luck with it, BMW Rider
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
This may seem like silly answers but...
1. Be sure the power supply is plugged in all the way and that it is not damaged anywhere on the cord all the way up to the TV.
2. Be sure the Sleep Timer is not activated. You wouldn't believe how many times this is actually the case.
If these end up not the case then it is very possible that the safety circuitry in your TV's board could be going out. The TV is shutting it down due to it finding a problem with the circuitry in the TV. Most of the time people choose to replace the TV with a newer model as it is just cheaper to replace it than to have it repaired. This usually only happens in older TV's although I have seen it in TV's as little as 4 years old.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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