Question about Televison & Video
1. Changing from DTH (TATA Sky) to ch-1 ... to ch-37 2. Power is not switching off from the 'Power' button on the front pannel. 3. Power is switching off from the TV/Video Switch on the front pannel of the TV.
First you have not indicated the brand or model but that aside the issue appears to be a bad micro switch or the keyboard with the controls on this set, I would suspect the source or TV video button first, not the plastic button itself but the tiny switch it activates, that is bad---have someone get at that and disable or remove that and the set should again function in a normal way.
The micro switches are momentary and should only operate when pressed, the problem is they fail, and with no one pressing the switch activates on its own.
Posted on Dec 11, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Red, White & Yellow connectors are your composite inputs usually classed as AV3 or component. The AV1 input is a Scart connection, if you have a scart cable, connect this as your AV source & the TV will switch from AV to component.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
SOURCE: Re: Protron BBE Digital SRS
You don't list a model # If this is an lcd tv, you have an issue with the backlight inverter module, I would first check the power supply for potential of swollen capacitors, the tops will swell up and sometimes leak out electrolytic oil. Either or it's repairable with a little knowledge and some luck!
Posted on Jul 09, 2011
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