Question about Televison & Video
This happens when
1)If the power supply board is having short circuit in the circuit tracks.due to this the flow of current gets hold where there is short and so circuit does not gets completed and tv does not starts.
2)if the component on the power supply board or the main board gets shorted the tv does not gets on.
As you say it remain on standby mode but does not goes to on.this means the whole power supply board is not faulty.it is any of the component blown on the board or there is a minute short circuit on the power supply board.this has to be checked by multi meter to locate the faulty components. This short circuit actually causes due to major power surge occured while the tv is ON or due to humidity the moisture gets collected on the main board.and when you ON the tv the wet drops of moisture collected on the circuit board sparks when the current passes it shorts the component. The other reason of this can be loose wire connected.remove all the external wires connected to the back of the tv.also remove the main power cord of the tv.then only connect the tv power cord and ON the tv and check out. There is also a reset method that is keep the tv unplugged from all the power outlets for more then 4 hours.then connect it and check.in this what happens that all the settings gets resetted as per the manual. -------------------- check out and reply.will be always waiting to help you.when ever you require more help.please keep updated.please do rate the solution if helped.thank you for using fixya.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Are you doing this thru your remote? Did you try to manually turn it on thru the button of your tv?
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
The most common cause of this symptom in this particular Ilo model is a capacitor/s that failed in the power supply board of your TV. These capacitors can be visually located because they are usually vented or BULGING. The only way to verify this is by taking the back cover off your TV.
I hope I was able to help.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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