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Picture was intermittent before going all togeather
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sound problems
Sounds like there is a bad solder connection inside the set and needs to be looked at by a tech. The Flashing LED usually will be a code for the tech to send him in the right direction as to the problem. Try counting how many times it flashes and call them or manurfacture. hope this helps
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
I had this problem with these tv`s. The problem actually lies with the power supply inside the unit. Some of the units i`ve seen have 2 blown capacitors on the power supply (C7 and C6) replacing these works. On others, the capacitors as well as a few transistors (Q8 - Q1) are blown. But on all the sets i have seen with this problem, changing the above components restores full functionality to the system.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: my LCD TV has blacked out.
this could be one of 2 things. the sound is still working, which indicates that the internal power circuitry is still functional. a power surge / spike couldve cause damage to the video side, or the internal bulb could be burning out. this is something that you'll want to find about about repairing through the manufacturer. you can purchase replacement bulbs for relatively cheap, but finding a tv repair shop that CAN and WILL work on LCD or plasma tvs are kinda rare. people tend to stray from the things that they dont understand, but most shops will attempt to repair it even if they dont know anything about it. which would mean taking the chance of finishing off your tv completely. my advice: call the manufacturer and inquire about repairs through them, or buy another tv.....obviously the first option is WAY cheaper.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
le modul est fixé sur l'ecran
sur ce modul verifier si vous avez 3.3 volt (trois regulatuer avec un test point) si vous n'avez pas 3.3 verifier les deux fusibles F1 et F2
F1 devrais etre ouvert ....
bonne tv ;)
module is fixed on the screen
this modul check if you have 3.3 volts (three regulatuer with a test point) if you do not have 3.3 Check both fuses F1 and F2
F1 should be open ....
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
you either have a bad bulb or a losse bulb in the lcd panel a good reapir shop[ can fix that by reseating the bulb or replaceing them
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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