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Toshiba 55" LED HDTV 55SL412U 1080 p 120 hz led tv won't turn on with remote or at sensor

I can hear a click when I press the power button on the remote several times, but then nothing happens; the tv doesn't turn on.

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Probable power supply failure

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I am having the exact same problem with my Toshiba 42HP95. From the information that I have been able to glean from the internet, it looks to be some sort of problem with the power supply or some other component of the power circuit. I am giving up and getting service

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Part of the power supply is in protect mode. There is most likely a short or something failed on one or more of the boards.
The service rep would swap out boards to locate the fault. Then he would leave the new board(s) in the set, and perform any necessary adjustments.
Take the set in for an estimate before approving repairs. There are many times these sets are not worth serving when they are out of warranty.
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UN55D6400UF TV Will Not Power Off If your TV is on but will not power off when you press the power button, you could be having an issue with your remote control or a faulty circuit inside your TV.
To determine the source of your problem, follow these steps:
  1. Power the TV on if it is off.
  2. Unplug the TV from the wall outlet for 30 seconds, and then plug the TV back in.
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      • If the TV powers off when you press the POWER button on the remote control turn the TV back on continue to Step 4.
      • If the TV does not powers off then there is a problem with the remote control. Click here to go to the Remote Control troubleshooting section of this guide.
    1. Press the POWER button on the TV.
      • If the TV powers off with the remote but does not power off with the power button on the TV there could be an issue with the touch sensor on the TV. Before setting your unit up for service try these two things.
        1. Try sliding your finger accross the power button.
        2. Have other people try using the touch buttons on the TV.
        3. If either of these two options work then there is not an issue with the touch sensor on the TV. There are many variable that can limit the conductivity of a persons fingers. The conductivity of your fingers might not be enough to easily control the touch sensor on the TV.
        4. If the TV does not power off when you press either the POWER button on the TV or on the remote control, then the TV will need to be serviced. Click the Create online service request button below to have the TV repaired.

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In addition, here are the commands to get your remote into programming mode should you require them.
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  • Press and release the POWER. The remote is now in TV Code Scan Programming Mode.
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Download the manual and codes from here

http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin/files/dl.cgi?file=others/radio_shack/15135-manual.zip&area=other

Here is how to set the code...

1. Turn TV on
2. Press TV button on remote
3. Hold P button on remote until LED blinks twice
4. Enter the first 5 digit code for Magnavox TV's
5. Press Power button - TV should turn off. If TV doesn't turn off repeat steps 2-5 with the next 5 digit code, until either TV goes off or run out of codes.
6. If out of codes use searching for code method below...

TV codes for Magnavox

10047, 11454, 10054, 10154, 10000, 10250, 10051, 10180, 10060, 10030, 10171, 10092, 10706, 11913, 11904, 11755, 10019, 11365, 11254, 10802, 10386, 10282, 10020, 10187, 10186, 10024, 10179, 10096

Searching for code

1. Turn on TV.
2. Press TV button on remote
3. Press and hold P button until LED blinks twice
4. Enter code 991 on remote - LED blinks twice
5. Press 1 - Device key blinks twice
6. Press Power button once
7. Press and release CH+ key until TV turns off.

At this point in the manual, the manual is only correct depending on what type of TV you have.

In the manual if you press the Power on button the TV should turn itself back on, the fail to state that not all TV's turn on by the power button, the majority now are triggered to turn on, on channel change, however you can't use channel change here to check it as you'll go to the next code... here is my solution...

8. Turn TV back on either using original TV remote, or buttons on front (most TV's if you change channels they come back out of standby mode, very few now turn on by pressing the power button).

9. Press Power button on remote - TV should turn itself off again.
10. Press P button on remote to lock in that code.

If the device does not turn off press CH- to go back through the codes, press and release P button when TV turns off.

Finding code

If you used the search function you might want to know what code it's using. To do this follow these instructions...

1. Press TV button
2. Press and hold P until LED blinks twice
3. Enter 990 and LED blinks twice
4. Press 1 and count number of times LED blinks this is the first digit of your code (e.g. 1 blink = 1, 2 blinks = 2, etc).
5. Repeat step 4 pressing buttons 2 - 5 for the other digits (e.g. for the second digit press 2 count number of blinks.. etc)

At this point the manual doesn't tell you how to get out of this mode, I presume pressing any other button on the remote other than 1-5 will take you out of this mode, either that or leaving the remote alone for 5 minutes.

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