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My Daewoo LCD TV (DLT-32C3FTB) will not come off standby.

It is constantly on standby and the remote or panel on the tv will not turn it on. every button on the remote will make the light flash red / yellow for half a second.

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    television is in standby, no button works to switch it on, is this a common fault?

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Common problem on power supply board, replace dried out electrolytic capacitors

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Hi.

This comment applies to Daewoo DLT32C3FTV. The system had in list only the model DLT-32C3FTB . Parts for the smaller model DLT-32C3FTB are available from the same sellers listed below. Troubleshooting is the same.

The stand by light flashing means that a fault had been detected, and the TV protection circuit had started.

Whenthis happen, the protection circuit will shut down all PSU highervoltages, keeping the low +5V to supply the flashing led on, and warnabout the fault.

The TV does not respond to control when in protect mode.


All you can do is checking all connections, and leaving the TV disconnected for a while, to drain charge held on PSU capacitors.
A short in a cable or connector will also cause the unit going on protection.


You can follow the instructions on this article, it refers mostly to DLP, but the troubleshooting is the same on LCD TV2_bing.gif: Why my TV does not start up and remains in.

If you have done that already, that means that there is an internal fault.

Inthat case the best thing to do is contacting manufacturer at the numberlisted on the owners manual, and getting a quote on repair.

Onan LCD like this there are only few parts, a main controller, aninverter, a PSU board, an audio board, an LCD controller board, abutton and IR assembly, cables and the display.

The parts must be accessed and tested by a technician.

If the unit is less than one year cold, the repair will be covered bymanufacturer. In any case, if the TV does not wake up from protectmode, then it is faulty. Always better contacting Daewoo at the numberlisted on the owners manual.

Parts are available from Daewoo. A spare PSU, that is a common fault, is about £60 in UK. Here the spare:
Power Board FEL-3226H Daewoo DLT32C3FTV . Naturally that is not necessarily the fault.

Try first the troubleshooting procedure suggested above. If that does not work, contact Daewoo.

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How to take a childlock off a daewoo 22 inch tv model- dlt-22w4t


From the main menu choose "Parental Controls;" it's option six.

Choose the first option, V-Chip TV Rating Limit, and using the arrow keys and the OK button on the remote, scroll through until the TV-MA rating appears. Press the right arrow button to move the highlight over to the "Status" field and toggle to "View." Press the OK button. This will set the age-based ratings to Mature.

From the Parental Controls menu, select the second option, V-Chip Movie Ratings Limit and change the rating to TV_MA and the "Status" to "View."

From the Parental Controls menu select the third option, V-Chip Unrated Program Block and select item one, which will be "View."

Select the fourth option, which is "Channel Block." Highlight the Channel field and using the channel up and down buttons, go through and check they are all set to 'View." Any set to "Block" will need to be toggled back to View.

Lock the controls to activate the changes using item six on the "Parental Controls" menu.

Sep 20, 2012 | Daewoo DLT22W4T 22 in. LCD TV

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Is the green light on? Power supply board has a know problem with dried out capacitors

Aug 15, 2009 | Daewoo DLT22W4T 22 in. LCD TV

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I think you are looking at a power board problem. I had the same thing happen to a Vizio and I replaced the power board and it solved the problem. It could also be the input board but most likely the power board.

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Jul 13, 2009 | Daewoo DLP3212 32 in. LCD Television

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Why do i just get a blinking standby light on my Daewoo DTQ-14U5SC Tv. It won't turn on, just the blinking standby when I plug it in.


Do you have the remote with you? Mostly the sets can be switched on for viewing only from the remote button.............sodeep

Jun 22, 2009 | Daewoo DTQ-14U5SC 14" TV

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Daewoo lcd dlt 20w2


Hi this is warjis ahmed,
I can solve your problem of DLT-20W2
My email> warjisahmed@hotmail.com

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