Question about Televison & Video
The tv will not turn on via the remote and there is no red light on the tv, so i can not turn it on from there either, i have checked if the power cords are in place and they are fine!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: jvc AV42PD20ES 42INCH TV
You may have at least a blown fuse. However you may also have other damage to your power supply. This often happens due to the voltage spike caused by the power coming back on suddenly. You can check to see if the fuse is blown, however once you change the fuse and if this does not take care of the problem, I would suggest that if you do not have a background in electronics, that you have a qualified technician take a look at your TV set.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
i have also this problem 1 relay klikt than must klikt the second relay it do nothing
i see a few elco,s on the visibel boards who are dik the plastik is dik not the metal
to hot maybe
can this give the problems
somewone a solution for this tv ??
sorry for my bad englis
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
SOURCE: samsung hd tv will not turn on
Just wanted to confirm the solution (or atleast solution to MY problem).
Thank You to those who posted the solution to this problem.
I have a Samsung 52" HD LCD TV. I bought it 1 1/2 yrs ago and recently had been experiencing this problem of continual clicking and no video upon power up.
It would take approximately 3 - 5 minutes before eventually turning on. I noticed that prior to turning on, the clicking would get faster and the blue light at the base of stand would begin to get brighter.
So, based on the suggestions here, I opened up the back of the TV and located the Power Supply. I visually inspected the capacitors and in fact, found 2 of them that had a subtle but obvious bubble or protrusion on the top -vs- flat tops, like the majority of the caps.
These caps were 2200microfared, 10V rating. I went to my local Radio Shack and bought a higher rated version of the 2200 microfared caps (35V). I Replaced the old caps with these new ones and it solved my problem. :)
There were a couple of caveats though:
1) the higher rated caps were physically larger & had axial leads vs radial leads.
2) The leads of the larger caps were just thick enough to prevent them from being inserted in the board.
3) Rather then make the holes of the board bigger and risk destroying the solder pad, I used appropriate sized leads from some resistors that I had as extensions and soldered the new capactiors to the extensions. Of course you need to be aware of polarity and assure that the leads will not come in contact with each other or anything else on the board.
4) Capacitor Radio Shack p/n: 272-1020. Total cost of both was less then $10.
Hope this is helpful. I did take some pics of the capacitor location and board location. If anyone would be interested in the pics, you can email me @" firstname.lastname@example.org"
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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