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I just purchased a referbished Akia LCT37Z4AD. I plugged it in and it worked great but it still needed moved into place, on the entertainment center. Well it done the exact same thing while moving it. I simply Moved it around and it turned back on. I believe this is happening because of a hazard mechanizme that trips when moved or shacken. Something like an electric heater does when knocked over. Not 100% sure and I just started researching it so I will write back when I know the exact problem.
It will get worse and finally you will not be able to 'shock' it into working.
The main power supply is failing and sometimes it happens backward from yours; stayed on OK but moved the set and it won't come back on now.
Switched mode power supplies are more efficient but less reliable than linear supplies of times past.
I think your supply is on a separate board and you may be able to buy, remove and replace yours once it finally wont come on either.
I have a 47 a 32 and a 37 inch olevia tv. Just bought the 37 because i havent had any probs with the others. Well recently i moved my 47 inch and had it plugged into an outlet that had a one of those one into three strips plugged into the outlet and my tv kept shutting off. So i plugged it into another outlet and it worked fine so do try another outlet.
This what to do measure from the logic board which is located under the small signal board and have the AV jacks connected to it. If the voltage is 3.1 or close the problem is with the power supply or a boar connected to the power supply. Unplug the set. Disconnect the Y main board first that will be on the left side of the set facing the back. Plug the set back in if the led is solid replace the Y main and the Y upper lower. If still blinking plug the Y main back in and unplug the X main which is on the right side facing the back. If the led is green replace the X main. If the led is still blinking replace the power supply. But if the volts are 0 the problem is the SSB or the logic board. In that case take the (SSB) small signal board out the set and place 1 jumper on J8003 and another jumper J8004 of the left side of the power supply. Then place 1 jumper on CN2072 of the lower left part of the logic board. Plug the set back in if the set displays a white, blue ect screen replace the SSB. If not and on the logic board you don't have 1 solid blue led and 1 blinking led data is not flowing and change the logic board.