Question about Olevia LT42HVi 42 in. LCD Television
If even the indicator light in the front isn't lit, you might be lucky enough to have something simple such as a blown fuse that is in line with everything.
Normally, if the main power supply fails, a small 'always-on' supply that services the low voltage circuits that are kept alive even when the set is'off,' in wait for a command from your remote, survives. Our Olevia has an 'off' indicator that extinguishes when the set is turned on, don't know if yours has the odd arrangement.
If you open the set (allow overnight with the AC plug pulled) and find no user accessible fuse to replace, you are probably looking at some labor charges for a service call. Without a power-off rest period, you may encounter some nasty voltages inside.
In case it needs something, be advised that Olevia is bankrupt so other than 'commodity' parts common to other sets, you may not get the part you need.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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Same happened with my Olevia 540-B11. You can probably find the details of how to disassemble the TV somewhere online. The problem is poor stress-relief on the cables that plug into the secondary (low voltage) side of the power circuit board (PCB). Once the back is removed you'll find the PCB on the left side with three cables connected to the very top of the board. These cables plug into four clips, 3 horizontal clips side-by-side at the top and one vertical clip on the left side. Unplug these cables, remove the PCB and re-solder the sockets (there are approximately 40 solder points on the back of the board). Reassemble your TV and it'll work just fine.
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