Question about Bush 1433GRN2 14" TV
Just had same problem today. Presumably you've seen the more recent solutions on other web sites regarding replacing the C330 capacitor. It appears to be an over-temperature issue. After trying to press all sorts of buttons, removing plug for a time, leaving off for a time, it just started to work again but I don't know how! The tv stands beside a radiator and this may have been on for a while and caused this problem. Will monitor situation before diving into its innards.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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