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just turn off the power and open the back up and you should be able to get them, PLEASE TURN ALL POWER OFF BEFORE HAND - AND DISCHARGE THE TUBE BY LEAVING THE PLUG OUT AND PUSH THE POWER ON BUTTON ON - DO AT YOU OWN RISK
Ur tv have a RCA INPUT holes like Y,R,W INPUT holes from the Front or the Back of the tv wright?Yes.U must buy or have it already a RCA components cable Y,R,W wires.Connected the RCA components cable Y,R,W wires to the DVD player Y,R,W OUTPUT holes and the other end of the RCA components cable wires Y,R,W connected to the tv Y,R,W INPUT holes.Now the tv and DVD player is on ok.Now u playing the DVD player contents Disc and push the INPUT modes on the tv like VIDEO 1 or 2 by the tv remote or manual button on the tv.Now u should have video picture of the DVD Disc contents playing.
Probably something shorted out in the power supply. Sadly these days small TVs are cheaper to replace than to repair. To remove the DVD look for a small hole on the DVD tray door. Straighten a medium sixed paper clip and push into the hole and the DVD tray should release and open. Remove the DVD and toss the TV.
they can be pulled out with tweezers or fine pliers.there is no risk of a shock since this is a signal circuit.
if you can not get them out from the back,you will have to remove the back of the tv and push the pins out from the inside.
as long as you stay away from the high voltage section and just deal with the panel that houses those jacks,you will be ok.
He may have reconnected the DVD player to a different connection on the back of TV. If so, you'll need to change the INPUT source using your tv remote control. On the TV remote, there should be a button that says something like INPUT or SOURCE. This button will let the TV display the signal coming through the different jacks on the back of the tv.
Keeps changing channel
Check voltage on D12 if below 4.8V then change
Changes channel or volume adjusts by itself
Check S900/1/2 on pcb H1, alternatively this could be due to failure of IC005 (CD4052BCM-FL63) on pcb A
I had the same problem, you'll probably find that that particular button will push further into the set then the others, this is due to the a weakening of a cheesy metal guide which directs the projection off the back of the button into the corresponding microswitch. This metal guide will bend and will push against the switch.My solution, (and it ain't pretty) was to unplug the set, remove the button( I used a dremel cutting bit), locate the guide,a small metal plate with a hole in it. Bend the plate toward the front of the set then tape over the hole. I haven't had the problem since.You WILL have to use your remote for further functionality of the volume, However all of the buttons seem to be inherantly poorly designed and will weaken over time, AVOID USING THEM!
Most likely he sprayed the screen, and the fluid dripped down onto the board where the pushbuttons are. The pushbuttons them became contaminated and shorted out inside. Usually, the damage done will not be reversed by drying the set out. He should not feel bad, though, because we see adults doing that all the time. The TV has not "had it", since it is quite easy to correct. The board should be cleaned and any defective pushbuttons replaced by a qualified tech.