Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sharp Aquos turns itself off
How many times per second does the POWER led blink? (dont worry about the OPC).
1x per second (constant, steady blink) = bad inverter/lamps
2x per second = bad power supply
3x per second = bad main board
You can buy the parts online and fix if yourself!!
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
shut off the tv directly from the main power outlet.remove the plug from the outlet.also change the remote batteries.and reinsert the wire after 10 minutes.and check it will work as normal.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
It sounds like the button is stuck. Take the remote apart if you can and see if the key is stuck somewhere. This happened to me once with a rubber key type of remote. It drove me crazy.
Posted on May 10, 2009
Most likely your powerboard. Inside those are capacitors that are known to "pop". They have been widely used in many newer tv/monitor units since around '97 I believe. Anyway, Some problems with these things are a little harder to figure out, but a problem that shows a light(flashing/blinking/on for while/off for while) is to my new found knowledge a bad capacitor or 2 in your powerboard. I found a 19" lcd monitor that didnt come on, but the power light is on. I bummed then googled it and found this to be a VERY common problem! I watched a video on youtube how to fix your monitor and openend mine. I found 1 bad capacitator(bad caps show a buldging top and/or fluid leaking from them. one trip to Radioshack and $1.59 The problem was fixed! A rapair man woul;d order your board, install it and charge you around $300 or more. You could change your board yourself(saves money) or you could open your unit and inspect it yourself first, your fix could be $5 or less!....There are many pic etc to be found on google image for "popped" capacitors(caps), also there are video's on how to replace them on youtube...I hope this helps some
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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