Question about Televison & Video
Hi. I have a SHARP TV about 8 yrs old that switches off to Standby mode after using for about 20-25mins each time. Then it could not turn ON and stayed at Standby mode (even using remote or just push OFF then ON button - still back to standby mode). After about 15-20mins later I could switch on again by either using remote or push button. I checked all timer functions and there are no timer or lock that activated at all. Everything was as before. It just has this trouble of switching off and stay at standby mode after 20-25minutes of usage. Is this something that can be solved easily? What are the likely faults? Please advise.
Have you tried changing the batteries just to elimate this problem
sometimes if the batteries are low in electronic devies, they send a wek signal to its receiver (your tv),
your tv gets confused and then switches itself to standby
if you have changed the batteries and this problem still persists
it can only then be th PSU or power supply unit, take it to your local tv repair shop of mastercare somewhere like that, its going to be cheaper to get it repaired than replacing the whole tv
PSU'S generally 20 to 50 pounds depending on model
don't deo it yourself though unless you've got a capacitor discharger (or a nice 25KV will be on its way to your body)
hop this helps mate, let me know how you get on
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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