Question about iLO LCT32HA36 Television
I have an ilo LCT32HA36 that is about two years old. The other night I was walking by the television and went to shut it off using the power button on the tv. When I pushed it, I got one of the worst shocks of my life! Now, when I push the power button the green light comes on, but there is no picture. Every few seconds the green light on the front flashes to red and then goes back to green. The remote will not power it on or off, nor change channels. If I continually hit the on/off button on the tv, I might get it to come on once every 20 times. However, the picture might stay for a two seconds and then it goes off. If you leave the power on (green light is on) and just leave it, the picture might flash for about one second and then go off. Some research I have done says it a fuse, some say it is the video board. If it is the video board, which one do I need, where do I get it and how do I put it in?
Hi, I had a computer monitor that acted similar one time and what I found were that there were some bad capacitors in the power supply board inside. They were identified by the swelled up rounded ends and the heat discoloration of them. They look like little aluminum cans with a vinyl sleeve shrunk around them with the component values written on them. A normal one is flat on the end with no signs of any leakage around them of a brownish blackish substance similar to wax or tar. They are relatively inexpensive at an electronics supply store($1-2 each) so I replaced them all. This will require some soldering and electronic repair knowledge though. The power supply could not stabilize so it just kept shutting down the picture that only displayed for a brief instant.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
My ilo dose the same thing, I unplug it and then plug it back in right away and then it work's fine. The problem is I have to do it everyday.I want to know why that is and how can it be fixed? Anyone than can help please e- mail me - firstname.lastname@example.org- Thank's.
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Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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