a 6ya Technician can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Technician (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
I did some research for you. This is a known problem with this TV. Remove the back cover, blow out all dust, then disconnect and reconnect all cables leading to and from the power supply. (Do one cable at a time). One of them is not making proper contact. // Your son playing a game is an interesting coincidence. The guy who figured out this ''fix'' had the same exact thing happen. Only in his case it was his niece who played the video game. // Best of luck to you...
Start by using the blunt end of a pen, or anything similar, and tuck any ragged edges into the hole so that the wall suface is flush and smooth again. Now sneak into the kids' room and steal their crayons! No matter what color your walls are, you should be able to find a combination that will match the wall great. Scribbling the crayon back and forth in every direction will fill the hole with crayon wax. Smooth it out between layers with your finger tip. Start with a light color and darken to match. Baby blue with only a dark blue crayon? Fill the hole w/ white then lightly blend the dark blue in a little at a time. Maroon wall? Red then add brown. You get the idea. When you're happy with the color just blend the excess away and your nail hole will be practically invisible.
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
You may follow the below mentioned steps to replace the lamps :
1. Power off the LCD TV. Unplug the AC power cord from the television and the electrical socket or power strip. 2. Locate the plastic or rubber grommets or screw hole covers on the rear edges of the LCD TV. Use an awl or small flat head screwdriver remove the rubber pieces from the screw holes by gently inserting the tool into the hole and prying out the cap. Note that on a few LCD TVs, the grommets or screw hole covers may be on the front face of the unit. 3. Loosen and remove the screws in the holes from which you removed the plastic or rubber grommets. Set the screws aside and keep them together. 4. Remove the plastic shield that protects the input ports on the rear of the TV if the unit has one. To remove the shield, use the awl to pry the plastic tabs loose or remove the retaining screws with the screwdriver. 5.Use the flat head screwdriver or awl to separate the front and rear pieces of the monitor casing. Start on the lower edge of the casing and gently pry the two pieces apart. Work your way around the outer edge of the television and separate the tabs until you can pull the front face off the casing. Remove the front bezel piece from the television. 6. Locate the inverter board below the LCD screen on the TV. The inverter board is small circuit board with wire connector plugs on either side. Disconnect the plug on the right side of the inverter board that leads to the backlight lamp bulb. 7. Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the screws on the edges of the LCD screen that attach it to the rear part of the TV casing. After you remove all of the screws that secure the LCD screen, place the screen face down on a soft towel. 8. Remove the screws that secure the back light lamp in its track. If the wire leading from the back light lamp to the inverter board uses clamps or ties to secure the cable, disconnect or remove them. Remove the backlight lamp from the TV casing. 9. Insert the new backlight lamp into the track and secure with the retaining screws you removed from the old bulb assembly. Run the wire through the clamps or ties as needed to position the wire plug next to the inverter board. 10. Realign the LCD screen with the screw holes in the rear part of the TV casing. Insert the retaining screws and tighten them. Connect the wire plug from the back light lamp to the inverter board. 11. Replace the front part of the TV casing and snap into place. Reinsert the retaining screws in the holes on the rear of the TV and tighten with the Phillips screwdriver. Replace the plastic or rubber grommets and push them into place securely. 12. Reconnect the AC power cord and plug it into the wall socket. Power on the TV and use normally.
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.
Remove Back plate screws and match up the holes on the wall mount device with the holes on the back of your television. Attach the television to mounting devise, Then mount both to the wall. Hope this helps you with your problem.
With the tv laying flat on to the screen, remove the two screws in the recessed holes. Then remove the two screws above towards the input panel, one under AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R and the one under HDMI-1. The stand should easily slide out.