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It is a spectre flat tv. I could not find the model number since it is mounted on the wall, but on the front of the tv it has the following information: "ATSC.HDTV X37". Any suggestions to repair this?
That problem is usually cause of faulty capacitors on the power supply board..
Just follow this instruction to fix your TV..
1. Open the back cover of your TV.
2. Look at the power supply board..Its normally connected to the power cord..
3. After that,,try to look at the actual image of capacitors if it is bulged on the top so that you can easily determine the bad capacitors..
4. After that,,try to replaced the bad capacitors using soldering iron and soldering lead..replaced the capacitors only with the same type ratings and value..
5. Some of the capacitors not bulged so its better if have a capacitance meter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have my 32" Protron mounted on my wall. There are six holes on the back of the set that you attach the mount. I cant find any links to pictures but it should be pretty straight forward. You should be able to use any generic LCD wall mount, just make sure it can hold an 32" since I made the mistake thinking all wall mounts were the same. I purchased mine at Best Buy but you should be able to find a mount anywhere. You will need to fasten the mount onto the studs in your wall. Drywall by itself will not be sufficient and cannot support the weight of the TV.
The wall mount should come with everything you need, e.g., screws, brackets, etc., with the exception of the tools. FYI... it's not going to be an easy job so be patient and take your time. It's probably going to take the good portion of a day. Also, as for the holes on the back, just be careful when performing the final mount to make sure it doesn't fall. It would be wise to have someone help you.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Here are a few spots you can try. Underneath, there might be locks that use alan keys. You might need a long alan key depending on how big your TV is. Unscrew these alan keys as much as possible. Some mounts require up to pull the bottom of the TV out and then lift straight up. Try using a flashlight and look all around the TV, Also check the top. Some have clips that need to be pushed to the side. These clips have holes in them and sometime held in with zip ties to keep them locking the TV, You will need to cut the zip ties. Hope this helps...
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
The fault may be on the control board. Sometimes the button switches can be stuck, or there may be something causing some conduction on the control circuit board. It is also possible to have a component failure that is causing a continuous command to keep the volume to the high position.
Something that causes failures of controls in TV sets is when people clean the screen, they spray liquid cleaner on the screen. Some of it drips down in to the controls and on to the circuit board. This will usually cause damage, and thus the set will require shop service.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
I have the same TV, and I bought a mount with 4 connector holes. I was able to connect 3 of the 4 and it has been fine as the TV does not weigh too much. The TV was not designed with the current mode of either wall or stand mount. It was just intended for stand. I have had it on the wall for over 2 years.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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