Question about Televison & Video
Jumpstarter has a clicking noise when plugged in to be charged, this happened on the last time it was used and didn't work properly. There is a picture of the clamps up on the screen that are half coloured in. I have looked at the manual and the are pictures of the clamps in there but thay are all coloued in with remedies to resolve or give an indication of what is wrong,none of which help solve the problem and no pictuer of half coloured in clamps with a remedy. The jumpstarter now wont work properly. Not sure whether to keep it plug in to power supply like you are suppose to or ignore the sound. Any idea's?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are three commom problems with this set one is light engine color wheel or power supply to get any of those is hard they are in back order but on some cases if the power is bad this could be fix bad caps on it if you want to get deep on it e-mail me email@example.com
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
Look for poor solder joint in the power supply board, its the inrush current limiter Thermistor (SCK-85, round disc ) clean both legs real well before resoldering, very common in this TV. Clean the legs and the PCB real well you may to scrape off some of the Green PCB coting to expose copper underneath, then bend both legs flat with the PCB to get more contact and soldering areas, this parts gets hot and cold (thermo cycling) when you turn TV on and OFF, so the soldering works must be really well done.
Posted on May 28, 2010
A blue screen usually is present if no signal is connected to the set---hook a DVD up to one of the rear inputs--select that input and see if have picture and sound.
If that works connect cable or antenna to set and select that input
NO signal is like no gas in car---it will not run.
Posted on Mar 23, 2012
This is usually and most likely caused by the power inverter/board. There are capacitors and other components that can burn out and will cause the power not to be transfered correctly
Posted on Jun 06, 2012
These are problems gradually developed in TV over the years. You may have to look for any dry solder, change the capacitors that look 'puffy' and try.
Posted on Jul 31, 2012
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