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Red flashing light on digital lifestyle lcd tv and will not power on

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SOURCE: sound lost on digital lifestyles tv

Try unplugging it for a few and starting over, check your connections. If that does not help it is probably broken. This brings you to the bigger problem, It is no mystery why all of these new "no name" TV manufactures are so much cheaper than 1st tier products. Some of it is quality, but the biggest reason you spent a few to maybe several hundred less than the Sony, Toshiba, Samsung, Mitsubishi, etc. is after the purchase support. If your TV is broken chances are it is not getting fixed. There is no such thing as Digital Lifestyle replacement parts, service centers, service manuals, etc. If a company can build a TV then wash their hands of it they can sell it much cheaper. Name brand manufactures produce original replacement parts for years, they set up authorized service centers all over the country and they publish service info for their servicers. You might take it in somewhere for a look, sometimes it is something simple or basic electronic circuit failures that can be repaired with common generic components, but if you need something specific, it won't happen. You say it is "new" if it turns out broken and you can return it, do it, go smaller with a name brand or spend the extra few hundred bucks. Don't get me wrong name brands break too, the difference is they are repaired and you move on rather than throwing it away and buying again. People are discovering there is nothing more expensive than a cheap TV. Good Luck

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SOURCE: U-Verse remote for Digital Lifestyle

I use my Directv remote to change the channel. What you have to do is go the your direct tv remote go to setup then go to remote then look for tv brand Citizen then follow the direction the menu tells you to do. It works fine. You can use Tv Brand Citizen, Concerto, Luxman They work with any u-verse remote 4 digit code 0056 5 digit code 10056

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: I need to know the manufacturer of the digital lifestyles tv

the manufactures name is corian usa 800-278-6334 i had this problem and it turned out that u have to use LG codes.i also had to use lg codes to code direct tv sat box

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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LG codes work with digital lifestyle.

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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SOURCE: my digital lifestyles 42 widescreen lcd hdtv won t power on

PLEASE NOTE IF YOU HAVE NO EXPERIENCE IN TV REPAIR SEEK OUT LOCAL TECHNITION OTHER WISE CHACK THESE THINGS BELOW.

1. check power supply
2. fuses
3. inverter.

Make sure you have no bad capcitors a bad capcitor is a leaking one or bulging at the top or sides if that is the case please replace them.


thanks

Posted on Sep 17, 2009

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Power Scan instructions:

Step 1:
Press and hold the TV mode button until all mode button back lights illuminate,then release.

Step 2:
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Step 3:
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