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Needs the button put back into place. Look under the cabinet to see if there is an access panel below the switch, would go for all external controls. There would be a chassis with all the controls mounted to it. Pull the plug before doing any repairs. Look to see what it would look like in it's normal position. Something has moved out of place that holds the switch to the panel. Very tedious if you have to remove the whole housing.
ok this may or may not help and here goes there should be just a simple display button to remove this feature but with these older model tv's i found an hidden trick when you take the remote apart sometimes there is extra pick ups on the board with no holes for buttons provided you would have never been able to access a feature not said to be on the tv? tricky eh? yes that means to get that next model up with more features they simply restricted your features with a limited remote access as my old tv didnt have display feature to have the capability to have the 03 your trying to remove until i drilled the holes in my remote and added in buttons from an old calculator allowing some tv's that never had a sleep feature to suddenly adopt it through this process also allowing you to change color of the channels showing up on your tv
A variety of remote control codes can be found at InsigniaProducts.com; just search for your TV model number and click Support. Also, try codes for the following brands: Orion, Emerson, Memorex, Sansui, Sylvania, Zenith.
1.- Turn off your TV 2.- On the remote control, set the VCR/TV slide switch to TV position. 3.- While holding in SP/EP button, press the code button listed below that corresponds to the brand of your TV 4.- Press TV POWER on the remote control. Once your TV has turned on, your remote is set up to operate your brand
Brand of TV Brand Code Button Mitsubishi 1,2,3 Fisher 0 G.E. VOLUME UP Goldstar 2,9 Hitachi 8 JVC MUTE Magnavox 4 NEC 2,9 Panasonic CHANNEL UP, CHANNEL DOWN Pioneer 6 Philips 4 Proscan VOLUME UP Quasar CHANNEL DOWN RCA VOLUME UP Sanyo 0 Sharp 3,5 Sony VOLUME DOWN Toshiba 7 Zenith INPUT
I finnaly found my VCR Manual, and I'm glad to share this info with you, because I was looking for the manual all
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that sounds like the Hi voltage transformer went bad.. If your a tech simply disconnect the horizontal output transistor and see if thats shorted. If it is then it is for sure the HV transformer. If its not shorted look in the main power supply. Its cost is around 40 bucks or so and the transistor is about 15 to 20 bucks. This entire repair should cost ya around 150 to 175. So if you decide this tv is the one you like then have it fixed. Good Luck
your hitting the tv is going to get worse or cause other problems in the future as this is nothing more then a loose solder connection or a loose plug or cable. for you to find a problem like this will take a bit of troubleshooting in the power supply or the horizontal section of the tv. There is no real common problems I've found in the past with this model but if you know how to solder and your very carefull and not afraid to go wheres theres 100s of voltage then take off the back and start to probe around on the Printed curcuit board with a plastic tool and see if you can localize the connection problem BUT I would reconmend that you get a pro to find this for you as Im sure there would be no parts involved and should if he honest a small minimum labor charge But if you go in a mess something up dont expect the repair person to give ya a break. Now with the remote issue. I found that the ORIGINAL remote is available at http://www.remotes.com for $27.77 + shipping. Now thats a deal and a half if you ask me as I found out that from toshiba the want 59.95 + shipping.. Good Luck