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SAME PROBLEM WITH SAME SET! THIS IS A MANUFACTURES DEFECT. LAST YEAR I BOUGHT A SAMSUNG LCD TO HANG ON MY WALL IN BEDROOM TO REPLACE TOSHIBA. THIS TV COST ME $900 IN 2002, WHAT A WASTE OF MONEY! I HAD TWO TOSHIBA DVD PLAYERS...SAME THING JUST STOPPED WORKING. THEIR PRODUCTS ARE HORRIBLE!

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Make sure all other applances are ok not a line buffer are spike problem,maybe too high voltage coming for power company check with meter do you have a lot of bulbs going bad

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In most instances the flashing green (or red or other colors) indicates that the TV has engaged a "protection mode" that is to keep from causing further damage in the set.

There is one thing that you might try... Unplug the TV from the wall. Leave it unplugged for about ten minutes and then plug it back in. If this restores normal function then the microprocessor that controls your TV was confused by something usually a power spike or brown out.

If the set goes back to the same mode with the flashing light there is an internal defect that can only be corrected by a qualified Technician specializing in Televisions. There is a safety factor involved here that's why it has shut itself down in the first place

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Hi, I have a digital tv plugged into an extension cable in an upstairs (Toshiba) bedroom; it works perfectly - receiving all channels. I have a digital tv downstairs (Samsung) where it seems the wall...


Hi Fiona
Somewhere along the line from the aerial there must be a signal splitter that feeds the upstair and downstair terminals.
Try to find that splitter and switch the output to see if the problem goes from up to downstair.
If it does switch then you know the problem is with the splitter block, and if it stays the same then the problem is with the cable and/or the connectors that run downstairs.
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If running a cable downstair becomes the best option to fix your problem , then you could buy a cheap 10db signal booster/r.f amplifier to correct the signal loss and a cable splitter to feed both tv`s
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The part you want is called a "yoke", and not a "York". This is the electromagnetic coil that fits on to the neck of the CRT, and makes the magnetic field from the scan amplfiers to scan the the beam.

I don't know if you realize that when changing the yoke, the purity and convergence alignment will have to be done on the set. This is a job task that requires skill and a lot of practice. Not many service techs are very good at this type of setup. There are specific calibration patterns used for this type of setup. When changing the yoke, it is very common that the ring magnet assembly (convergenc and purity magnets) that is behind the yoke must also be changed. Some yokes come with this assembly together, depending on the model of yoke.

Some manufactures do not sell the yoke separately from the CRT. When the CRT is replaced, it comes with the yoke and magnetic assembly.

An interesting question would be is, how did you determine that the yoke is actualy bad??? It is extremely rare that this type of part fails.

Parts for CRT type sets are getting very scarce. Because the market for spare parts for CRT sets is decreasing very quickly, the clone part manufactures are also not making the generic type dedicated parts.

A way to have parts for your TV set would be to search for a used set that can be used for spare parts. You will have to hope that the same parts you need are also not defective in the used set.

In my opinion, if the yoke is actualy bad, I would be shopping for a new set rather than go through all this trouble. The LCD TV sets are excellent. There is no way that your CRT set will ever be able to perform like the new LCD sets.


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Sorry about the above post, but I wasn't signed in yet and this crazy GLITCH here put me down as a GUEST instead. The above post was mine, as I'm resending it again below.

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Frank

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AC/DC power adapter + Power cord. 24VDC power adapter + power cord for Toshiba 20HLV15 20" Flat Panel LCD TV

Specification:
Input :100-240VAC (50-60Hz)
Output : 24VDC 4Amp (72W)

Part# ADP-2404-3PX

Approx cost: $50-60

Call Toshiba USA and give them that p/n for an exact cost quote plus shipping.

Best regards,

Frank


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The power regulators are famous for going bad. The big problem with this TV set is that unless you use the exact regulator from Toshiba, this set will fail time and time again. Even if the regulator IC has the exact same number, it will not hold up. We used to have a shop that was authorized by Toshiba, and we seen this problem many times when customers would say that they had their TV fixed by some local shop and the same problem occured several times. Good Luck

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the symptom is caused by a breakdown in power supply or the horizontal deflection circuits. have it check by a qualified service technician.

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