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LG 32LX1D 32 not turning on

I go to my vacation for 1 week and i unplug all my electronics including my lg lcd tv, and when i came back i plug in my lg lcd tv and turn it on using my remote and the green light is blingking only and goes to red again,. i tried couple of times still not working...

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  • JJ6LNN1 Feb 07, 2008

    MINE DID THE SAME THING.... I AM TAKING IT TO REPAIR SHOP TOMORROW

  • mjoz Feb 08, 2008

    Hi

    I have similar problem with Plasma LG 42PC1DA. TV will not turn on; You can see a green light for a second but after that it goes back to red and cycle repeats itself; you can also hear a click. In order to turn on the TV I have to unplug it and wait for few minutes, but this does not help every time. I send TV to service shop (it is still on warranty)- second time and they are telling me that they can not find any fault. Last time when I got back my TV from repair they told me that it could be a digital terminal, but when every single cable is disconnected from TV ( cable, DVD) problem is still there

  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2008

    had to have a whole new panel.....repairman told me they dont make tvs to last anymore.... said they make more money this way. he said tvs that last for years are a thing of the past.... i renewed my insurance on it for 3 more years,i sure miss the good old days lol.

  • aniel Nov 09, 2008

    i have the same problem, i have an LG 37inch LCD tv. it turned it self off and now everytime i plug it in the standby light comes on red then turns to green but the screen doesnt come on, then after a while it turns off n goes to red again. non of the buttons respond on the tv at all.

  • coliver003 Jan 04, 2009

    Mine won't turn on at all. LG sucks.

  • chambleebunc Feb 05, 2009

    I have the same problem and the bad thing is this LG has a good review so much for reviews a few more inprovments like this and we OH Japan owns US any way.

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I found the solution.. put the cable back in the tv and let it plug on 1 wik and try totrun it on from time to time.. it works to me...

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Hi, I think you have to get it checked out by a profesional, unpluging your appliances is a good idea but damage can also ocuur the moment you plug them back on. If you want to try it could be that a fuse is open there not normal fuses inside (small chip fuses surface mount)

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