Question about Proton MM2701VT 27" TV
My old analog quasar tv keeps turning off. It does this in very sporadic increments and sometimes when it's on it wont turn off. The only thing that helps this is when I bang the side of the tv. What could be the problem?
The bang test is a good indication that there are poor solder connections inside the set. If you can solder and are comfortable working inside the set where potentially dangerous high voltages exist even when unplugged, you can fix this yourself. Look at the main board and resolder any joints that appear grainy or have rings. That should resolve the problem. If not, see if there are any changes in the symptoms and update this.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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