Question about LG 37LP1D 37 in. LCD Television
What you most likely have is dried out capacitors in the power supply. When you un-plugged the set and everything had a chance to discharge, the capacitors in question could not charge up again, causing the problem you have. Any local service center should not have a problem repairing it. I do them all day long. It might not be very old, however, the power supply runs 24/7 as long as you have it plugged in to a live outlet. I tell customers to connect it to a switched outlet, meaning when you turn off the light switch that particular outlet is dead, creating longevity for the power supply.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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