My TV is 17'' bought in 2001. Has never had any problem at all. Recently got a habit. Whenever turned on, It clicks and turns off. The small one bought at the same time has no problem. Can you please advise?
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just press your setup button untill the red light stays on then hit TV or what ever your trying to program then keep clicking channel up until the channel changes and once it changes hit enter or setup button
Scart leads or scart adapter would never cause such problems. The problem will be in the TV itself. You need to check the power-supply unit at the main-boar. First look for visible cracks at the other side of the board, then you might need to check all the low voltage capacitors at the power unit. In most cases 100
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µFx16V located just next to IC causes such a problem. Only one TV out of 430 had actually defective IC itself, and TV was stil working after 6.26mins. So in your case I'd check low voltage part of the power unit.
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Most univ remotes provide a method of scanning codes. Example: You set the TV on, select TV on the remote, put it into code scan mode, scan TV codes 1 at a time and when the TV turns off, store the code. This should be in the remote's manual.
Hope that helps...
This problem is related to two failures, one is the Power Supply Board, another one is the Y-Main Board. Troubleshoot procedures:
1. Disconnect the Vs Power Supply cable from the Power Supply Board,
2. Turn on the tv and check the Vs voltage on Power Supply Board,
3. If the Vs voltage is there, then the Y-Main board failed.
4. If the Vs is not there, then the Power Supply Board failed.