Question about Toshiba TP55G60 55" Rear Projection Television
When power cord is connected to outlet I can hear relay (or something like it) clicking and then when I press the power button nothing happens. I hear 2 distinct clicks when I plug it into the wall. If I leave it out of the wall for 5 seconds and then plug it in, there is only 1 click from the relay but then I press the power button and it clicks and the television does not turn on. Would this most likely be a bad relay or just some diode/resistor/circuit board problem?
Hi, the relay is getting a command to shut down because there is a short somewhere in the set, if you have a volt meter you can check the "chemical fuses" to see which one(s) are open and that will tell me which circuit has the short in it. be advised these are not glass fuses so if your unfamiliar with what a chemical fuse looks like you will have to look on the power supply board for a small rectangular body device with a designation printed on the board "Fxxx". check these and let me know which ones you have failed and we can go from there, BMW Rider
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
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