Question about Sharp LC60LE835U 3D LCD TV
I just picked up a Sharp Aquos 60 Inch TV from a friend who had a power surge and now the tv is dead. The TV was connected to cable through the HDMI. I took the back off and gave it a quick look over, is there a fuse that could possibly have blown?I find it hard to believe that a TV this expensive does not have some sort of internal protection against a power surge. Thanks for any help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I got the chat , but some how it got disconnected.
But i would like to help you in this aspect.
HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface, and supports transmission of both audio and video in high fidelity.
First make sure these things,
Both your computer and your TV will need to support HDMI interface.
It's quite a recent thing in PC graphics cards, so you may have to resort to S-Video, DVI or VGA for the video, plus a 3.5mm stereo cable (or the optical TOSLINK equivalent) for the sound.
Let know your comments and i will follow up with the suggestions.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2008
Good day sir/maam, chances are, yes or no, yes, the surge do has the ability to damage your TV, but no, modern TVs are autovolt (it can work from 90v-240v) so check the manual or back panel to confirm. The most deadly part of the surge is it can hit more than 500v at a split of a second, damaging your TV's switching power supply. The TV's power supply is bad. it cannot produce the proper voltage to power your TV. thats why its on standby. Bring it to your dealer for proper advice on the status of your TV.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Voltage checking and caps inspection will be the first thing to do.
If you can post the pictures, that will help a lot. Look at the inverter board to see if you are getting 12~18vdc feeding it, also look for caps with leaking/bulging top.
See some pictures here:
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
Testimonial: "Example pictures quite helpful. I do some more visual checks and then post pictures of my power supply and ask for test locations. Thanks"
SOURCE: Sharp Aquos 46" HDMI problem
I have a similar problem. The Sharp TV aquos appears to be shutting down my blue ray player and dvd recorder when connected via HDMI. They work fine and never close down when I connect them via the rca cables either single video connection or a composite 3 cable rca lead. I have 3 HDMI inputs on the tv and the problem occurs on all 3. Any suggestions?
Posted on Apr 25, 2011
please try to count the exact number of blinking lights to diagnose where the fault came from..
Also try to open the cover and look for any bulged capacitors on power supply board..
Posted on Dec 19, 2011
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