Question about Akai LCT3201AD 32 in. LCD Television
I Have A Akai LCT3201AD 32 in. LCD and after watching it for about an hour last night, i turned it off. when i went back in a couple hours later, the tv wont turn on. the side power button doesnt not work. the Remote Control does not work. i Tried a different outlet and that does not work. The only response i have is a faint blinking red light on the infared area.
My 32" hyundai LCD TV will not turn on. The power lead is ok the on / off switch on the side turns the red stand by light on and off. I am unable to get the LCD TV off stand by. I have tried the the stand by button and this does not do anything. Can anybody help.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
I have a AKAI, mod.LCT3201AD, that would not come on ,side buttons or by the remote. The green lite would flash on then off.
I had repaired a Poloroid flat screen for my daughter, and the same problem and the same repair fixed the no turn on problem.
Now thru experence of 2 simular power supply units in the rear of the screen, I have found that in 2 cases that filter caps of 16 volt rating have swelled uo on top end and checked open or low capacitence and/or shorted. They appear to be under rated, voltage wise for the power supply.
On the Poloroid flat screen and the AKAI flat screen, repacing the 16 volt rated caps with 35 volt rated caps fixed both flat screen sets. The Poloroid set was repaired 6 months ago and still running.The AKAI was repaired yesterday and has normal pic and sound and remote operation.
Maybe this will help someone on this cheep made Chinese junk.
Posted on May 03, 2009
I just got one of these in my shop and just replaced the (3) 16volt 1000uf caps in the power supply.
Tv works fine now.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Well my only solution was, after my tv went out i went online i saw this company called zanonlights.com. i bought a lamp from them and i swear my tv works better than ever.
Posted on May 26, 2011
I have the same problem i try everything.
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
My TV went out also. Power supply was the issue. I replaced the thermistor NCT-5-D13 and that fixed the problem.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
I have been trying to get a service manual for the same unit with no luck. I have the same issue, I finally ordered me a power supply from Megmeet who makes then for Akai, and back to normal.
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
You may have a power supply issue. What you need to do is to get the schematic for you TV. You can do this by calling the manufacture and asking for the service manual and the engineering diagrams for the TV. They will charge you but that is part of the cost of fixing these sets. After you have the schematic get a multimeter (you will need it to take voltage measurements. Or you can just get the scematic and ask one of the shops on FixYa to troubleshoot the problem and fix it for you. In any event this problem should be handled by a qualified technician.
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
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