The tv would not turn on so i unplugged it and let it set for a couple days. Went to turn it on today and it came on, i turned it back off and it wont come back on anymore. Could this be a cord problem.
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my tv has the same problem. I found if you unplug the TV for a couple of days, then plug it back in, it should work. The tv will also do this whenever there is a power failure or if you unplug the tv to use the outlet for another device.
I'd add something to this. We had the same issue with a 40" coby. We'd declared it dead and after a few days turned it on again to show the problem before trashing it. The TV came on. We've since learned that there seems to be a HDMI handshake issue related to this tv. If you turn it off with HDMI devices still sending a signal, it will periodically return to this point, and take a day before it will turn back on (I guess until the caps are fully drained.) If you turn the TV off first and then devices however, this never seems to happen. Dunno if this is the same for others, but I'm curious
I understand in a way but if it is brand new--take it back and either have it exchanged or sent in for repair. From the brand you are in the UK? Many companies will insist it goes for repair (a shell game) but most major stores selling sets have an unwritten rule: for first 30 days it can be returned and either exchanged or credit given to purchase another set--reason does not matter= you do not like the color of the cabinet take back and they will (not be happy) do something.
Seen a few here in USA where set when removed from box was destroyed in shipping--told customer to take it for repair---again a shell game by maker to have seller deal with this issue.
Don't take no for an answer would be my solution here.
there is a short inside the set, count the times that the led blinks before it pauses and let us know make & model number of set, model # is on a sticker on the back of the set, with that info and the blink code maybe we can help you out
as per your statement
there is a loose contact in power supply section of your tv.
it is 1oo% sure that allthe parts are ok as
tv runs ok when it comes on.
but you will have to call tech. as without knowing technology it is dangerous to open tv due to high voltage.