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Our ILO television will not turn on.

When you attempt to turn on the tv the light just flickers red and will not turn on.

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  • emman773 Apr 09, 2009

    needs a new flyback for ilo 32 inch tv

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What model is it IWT3206 or what would be helpfull. But anyway it could be a bad diode you will need to take to a shop for repair unless you can solder and know how to read a analog meter or use one. If this tv is made by FUNAI cant get parts from them they say 1 year to get a tv shop may be able to sub parts to make it work again. Anyway need to check (D 572) which is marked on board and is by the flyback which is the big black thing with a heavey red wire coming out of the top of it. This has high voltage on 25 to 30 thousand.So be sure to un plug your tv from (AC).Even then could still have high voltageonm it. If you dont know what you are doing then take to a shop so you dont get hurt

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