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I Have A .AWA MHDV2411-03 When I Turn On The Mains Power Switch On The Tv - To On . The Red Stanby Led Lights Up As Normal Then I`ll Press The Power Button On The Remote The Standby Led Lights Changes From Red To Green As Normal And The Tv Works Fine.When I Switch The Tv Off From The Remote Or The Mains Switch The Tv Switches Off As Normal. Now When I Go To Turn It Back On Again The Green Led Is On All The Time And The Tv Wont Work . When I Leave The Tv Switched Off And Disconected For Several Days. Now I`ll Turn It Back On Again And The Tv Works As Normal Until When Its Switched Off Then I`ll Repeat These Steps.Now Green Led Stays On Tv Not Working .I Have Checked The 12 and 5 Volt Outputs On The Power Supply Board And Everything Seems To Be Ok Need Help Please Thanks ....Mitch

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SOURCE: TV Switches itself back to standby mode continuously

if your remote is ok then this is due to power supply failure in your tv. either it is loose in oscillator ckt in switching section or it has failed. if not tech person call tech to fix it. not a major problem.

Posted on Oct 07, 2007

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have you tried changing the batteries just to elimate this problem

change them

sometimes if the batteries are low in electronic devies, they send a wek signal to its receiver (your tv),

your tv gets confused and then switches itself to standby

if you have changed the batteries and this problem still persists

it can only then be th PSU or power supply unit, take it to your local tv repair shop of mastercare somewhere like that, its going to be cheaper to get it repaired than replacing the whole tv

PSU'S generally 20 to 50 pounds depending on model

don't deo it yourself though unless you've got a capacitor discharger (or a nice 25KV will be on its way to your body)

hop this helps mate, let me know how you get on

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I managed to find a local repair man who fixed the problem. He put in a new transformer.

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The problem IS PROBABLY BEING CAUSED BY A SHORTED POWER REGULATOR (MX084 ) OR AN OPEN FUSEABLE RESISTOR IN THE POPWER SUPPLY... 

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