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Tv won't turn on

I have a Loewe Profil Plus, Profil3572Z - 2005 mode. It just won't turn on. There are no red or green lights on. It worked fine the night before and there was no sudden failures. it just stopped working the next day.
Is it a power failure or is there a fuse that I can replace

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    We also have a profil plus.One night working perfectly the next morning nothing.No sound, no picture no red or green light

  • federachi Apr 19, 2009

    Loewe Xelos 5381 ZW. Push on/off button on remote. Green light comes on with red light. Sound for one second. Turns off. No picture appears.



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Loewe Profil 3272: When power button is pushed in, red led comes on followed by green led then both goes off. Dark screen.

1. Found R691 (100 ohms) open circuit. This is on the input side of the standby regulator I691. Replace 100 ohm resistor.
2. Now red led lights up but when switched on by remote control the green led comes on for second and then whole TV shuts down in protect mode. Found diode D557 shorted. Replaced diode and also C558 (2200mfd 50V) for good measure.

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Yes but you have to open the tv

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