My Icebox Flipscreen Computer/TV/DVd/CD/Radio won't turn on...
...since I disconnected it from the outlet to paint the walls. I re-connected it and have power, as the switch in the back lights up when I turn it on but have no LED light in the front. There isn't a reset button available either.
Please help me fix this or help me find someone who is qualified and can get parts if necessary. I'm hoping there is a small fuse inside that can be replaced, but I'm not qualified to disassemble. Applica Comsumer Products has refused to help saying they only service
this product if it's less than a year old and have no solution. They will (and I quote) ''cannot supply parts if it is older than I year as they need them for newer customers''.
Need help desperately!!
Chris in Los Angeles, Ca.
Re: My Icebox Flipscreen Computer/TV/DVd/CD/Radio won't...
I had the same problem with my unit. Amber light was on and humming sound comming from speakers. Motherboard had to be repaired by ICEBOX dealer that sold me my unit. Their website is www.lordantech.com
Re: My Icebox Flipscreen Computer/TV/DVd/CD/Radio won't...
I have the same problem as yeahnay1998. I was watching the TV one minute and then I heard a loud humming noise. The screen changed to "searching", the LED light is now orange. I disconnected everything and then let it rest. When I started everything up again later...nothing but loud humming and dark screen. I mainly used it for TV, but was able to use internet when I needed it. Does anyone know what I should do next?
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Try disconnecting all of your HDMI cables and plugging the power cord of the TV into another wall outlet. If this resolves the issue, you may have had a small power surge from either your wall outlet or one of your source devices. It is recommended to connect your TV to a surge protector if you haven't done so already.
Turn the TV off with the front-mounted power button, not the
remote. Unplug the TV's power cord from the wall outlet. Let an hour
pass before plugging the cord back into the wall outlet. Turn the TV
back on with the front-mounted power button and wait until it has fully
restarted. Bring up a TV channel to see if the image being presented on
the LCD screen is no longer flickering. A momentary power surge can
cause the circuitry inside the LG-brand LCD TV to function erratically.
Unplug the video cable from the video connection on the back
or side panel of the LG TV. If more than one video cable is connected
to the TV, disconnect all of them. Disconnect the other end of the video
cable from the video source device that it's attached to -- a DVD or
Blu-ray player, or a satellite receiver or cable box. Blow off the
connections on the video source device and on the back or side panel of
the TV with bursts of compressed air. Reinsert one end of the video
cable into the video source device and the other end into the video
input that it was connected to. Turn the TV back on with is remote to
see if the picture is now free of flickering. A loose or partially
connected video cable can cause the LCD TV's screen to flicker when
presenting an image.
Turn the TV off and unplug its power cord from the wall
outlet. Place a power conditioner next to the wall outlet. Plug the
power conditioner's power cord into the wall outlet. Plug the TV's power
cord into one of the AC sockets on the power conditioner. Turn the
power conditioner on. Turn the TV on to see if the picture is now free
of flickering. The RF signals in the electric line that the LG TV is
drawing power from can cause flicking through interference patterns
Verify that the power outlet you're using is good and your power
cable is firmly connected to the wall outlet-if using a surge
protector, be sure that it's firmly plugged into the wall outlet. Also,
try temporarily plugging directly into the wall outlet to eliminate any
issue with the surge protector; plug a different electronic device into
the same wall socket to make sure the socket works, and also try the
iMac's power cable in a different wall outlet.
Make sure the computer's power cable is firmly connected to the computer.
If any external devices are connected to your iMac, disconnect
them and try to turn the computer on again. If the iMac will power up
when those devices are removed, but not when they are connected, contact
the manufacturer of those devices for assistance.
unplugg your tuner from the AC wall outlet then check the setting on the tuner do not try to watch and listen to the tv only try to listen to the radio or a CD and select the right option on the tuner to do so. If you have sound on any of the functions....radio or CD/MP3 then the problem lies on the setting not correct for the TV/VCR/DVD mode.
disconnecting the tv from the audio connections on your amp may have created a powersurge in the audio input selector IC. Try powering down the amp at the wall completely for 5 mins and turn it on again. Check to see if operation has returned. If not then it may need an audio selector chip replaced.
This problem can be caused when connecting or disconnecting rca connectors from non earthed equipment like TV and VCRs, By the nature of this type of connector, it will spike the input line by connecting with voltages floating often over 100volts.
to avert this problem occurring, wire all the equipment up and with aerial disconnected and tv / vcr turned off at the wall socket. Turn the equipment power on at the wall last thing.