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Visionquest Van Gogh television no standby light, no power
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: VisionQuest Van gogh Plasma 32
Good day sir, your tv or any new tv are now using SMPS or technically called switch mode power supply, a regulator mode that is more efficient than traditional power supply, the down side is that its prone to defects, there are three main parts the Switching element which is the transistor, the oscillator circuit which is usually an IC that controls the frequency of oscillation and the high freqency power transformer that works with the switching transistor. All of these parts are need to be checked to ensure proper operations. SMPS also detects overload, which is caused by faulty parts on your tv, unless that faulty part is not found, it will not start and go on standby mode, worst will always shuts down. Call your dealer on how to go about your tv problem or have it check by a qualified technician.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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