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LG15LW1R Just Gone Blank!!

The TV's on the stand and plugged into a mains socket, and although the light on the front panel for the battery is on, the TV doesn't come on - just a blank screen, nor does the blue light on the wireless box come on.

Tried switching it on with the remote but nadda!

I've only had it for 18mths - have noticed the side gapes a bit, but it can't have gone kapput already, surely?

Help pleeeeeese!

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  • an359 Mar 16, 2009

    Fantastic - it worked just as advised and the TV's functioning back to normal. You really know your stuff!!!! THANK YOU!!

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    I had the same problem. Received no help from either LG or Currys.



    Removing and replacing the battery WORKED. TV working again. Thanks a million.



    Will check here again first if any further problems in future.

  • an359 Aug 29, 2010

    an359: It went again. I eventually got through to an LG (so-called) service centre based in Slough and they directed me to an official repairer on the North Circular Road near Staples Corner, London called Atlantic Electric. They charged me a standard £50 just to look at it. I returned and saw it working in the workshop - the guy said it was probably interference from other wireless/remote controlled devices and being taken out of my house to another location allowed it to find itself, but when I got it back home it wouldn't come on so I took it back again. Eventually they got it working. They didn't charge me after the initial £50. So it may be worth trying to pair it up away from other electronics if you have this problem.

    Since then I've been getting a picture - the receiver is in the living room

  • an359 Aug 29, 2010

    .....and the monitor's in the kitchen and at times they do still have a problem finding each other so I get the same no connection error message - sometimes it struggles and is off for a couple of days - but now more often than not it's working again.

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Remove the battery from the back and then put it back in. This resets the TV and should get it to work again.

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