Question about Sanyo DP32746 32 in. LCD Television
It's possible the logic board got damaged, but most of the time this is only a case of connector badly inserted.
It usually happen after moving the TV (or if you just unpacked it). This usually require to open the TV and push on all the "things" that seem to connect to the LCD screen, follow any screen data cable or ribbon and ensure they are also well connected to the board.
The white on an LCD come from the relaxed state of the liquid crystals. In that state all the light is permitted to pass trough.
Because this is a end data path, no diagnostic monitoring detect this problem and power LED don't flash error code.
In that condition the audio is usually OK, another thing that point to probably no failure of any chip.
If you want to perform this yourself, be cautious, a TV have very high voltage inside it. You should also discharge any static you can have before performing such operation.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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