Question about Norcent Technologies LT-2725 27 in. LCD Television
Well, I just bought the set brand new, and I love it. Really, it's a great set. The only problem I have is that I always have to press the power button twice to turn it on. It doesnt matter how (I tried the included remote, the TV itself, and my FiOS TV remote) it just always requires the power button to be pressed twice. It turns off with one press though. Honestly, I'm more worried about it being a problem in the future than I am about it being annoying. Apperently, Norcent went out of business because their website is barely up (half the pages are down) and all of their numbers are disconnected. I just want to know if this is normal or if it could be something serious. It's not that annoying (but if their is a fix I would also like to know it). Thanks alot.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would worry about polterguists
Check your remote batteries.
I had a TV remote that would do some weird things when the batteries were dying, like the problems you describe.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Try website like Remotes.com to buy the original remote.Guarentee it the tv model original remote,warrenty for one year too.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
The continuous flashing indicates that the power source is in protected mode: another part inside the tv has failed, it draws an excessive amount of current and that has been detected by the safety system of the power source who has shut it down to protect it and the rest of the tv.
Since the status light goes to orange for a few moments before going red it means that the problem is outside the power source. The most probable cause is indeed with the mainboard; if it would have been one of the Sustain boards the failure would have been much more brutal and instantaneous (no orange on the status light) .
To certify that you will have to test the mainboard with an oscilloscope to find out if the processor is operational. If you don't have one just swap it.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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