Question about Westinghouse Televison & Video
When it is turned on the logos appear on the screen, the sound comes on, and the screen goes black after 3/4 secnds.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I finally isolated the problem, the problem has to do with the Y SUSTAINER BOARD not receiving enough/necessary voltage when turned on, while initially thinking it was just the yboard was the problem, i replaced the Y sus board with no success, with only further diagnosis, i discovered the board voltages coming from the powersupply, there are 5 voltages that relate to the Y sustainer board, VA, VSC, VS, VE, VSET. they all supply a certain voltages that all have to be supply the correct voltage in order for the y sustainer board to be working, well guess what, the VA line, which for my set needs 70volts, which upon startup quickly drops from 75volts to a jumpy 8.5-9.5 volts, which of course is nowhere near the 70 volts needed, so this quick drop in voltage is directly related to the screen fade upon startup, i found the problem now the real problem is finding a replacement power supply. hope this helps anyone with similar issues.
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
SOURCE: Sceptre X32GV-Komodo
See troubleshooting (p.96-99) of user manual
but Unfortunately i think this problem is for Sceptre ...
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Posted on Mar 25, 2008
To add to this solution above - I had the capacitor replacement and there was still an issue. Turns out the solder connection to the lamps themselves was very very poor causing an electrical arc (the scratching noises people are hearing) - then the inverter shuts the lamps down as it should. Fix lights!
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Reset the tv and the cable or satalite boxes,replug it back an hour later let the tv reset it self back to factory setting and the boxes upgrade it software.The tv should work now.Not,than yes.It the Tuner main board.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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