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Turn off the TV by pressing the power button. Go to
the rear of the TV and pull the power plug from the electrical outlet.
Wait 10 minutes for the power to drain from the LCD TV's capacitors
before going to the next step because TV store a lot of current which can cause electric shock.
Go to the back of the TV and locate the lamp tube replacement panel in
the lower right corner. Pull the maintenance cover off by hand first. Then
unscrew the Phillips-head screw that secures the smaller tube door
panel down. Pull the door panel off and unscrew the two retaining screws
that hold the lamp tube in place. Pull the lamp out by hand and then
insert the new tube. Screw the retaining screws onto either side to hold
the lamp steady.
Re-screw the tube door panel back into place and then slide the
maintenance cover over that. Turn the TV around. Plug the power cord
into the electrical outlet and turn on the TV and that would be all.
I'm sorry to tell you this ... when this happened with the TV at work (a camp;ing resort), we found the "F" connection was mounted to a printed circuit board attached to the 'motherboard' of the TV. The board was more than $100.00. We bought a new board and the new kid got to it before I could and he mixed up the wires. After the technician was done with it, the bill was another $250.00.
What I can recommend to you to prevent future damage is dont connect the cable to the TV -- get a short piece of cable and fasten your TV to a "F" fitting stand-off which would be firmly mounted to non strategic part of your TV. Then connect the cable to the stand off. Next time it is pulled on, it will pull the end off your cable (fix for a couple bucks) and not tear the guts out of your TV.
The parts are probably available to you. Make sure you have the right parts in your hand before you do anything ... and then take lots of pictures and notes as you remove the old and insert the new.
that would work if you want a costly bill. Try this before dishing out cash, the problem is the switch that tells the board to turn on and of is bad and a cheep quick fix is to open the back of your TV(#15) (unplugged of course)and remove the hex(#10) screws to the mother board look under TV tube and you will see the switch board,remove both hex screws(#10) and pull the switch board out,follow black cord to mother board and pull cord out of its port. know find the word KEY also #2 on the switch board, should be the red wire. cut this wire and be sure there isn't any bare wire showing at your cut, a piece of black tape will help this. reinstall the switch board and mother board and back of TV . you should be all good to go
you can use a screw small enough to fit in the middle of the tip of the cord.the tip is hollow so just remove any plastic or hard rubber that is clinging on the said tip.(use a big needle for this.)be careful when doing this.make sure that the unit is turned off and unplugged.after inserting the small screw,slowly twist and try to pull it gently until the screw is tight enough but not breaking, to pull the tip.
Disney Cars TV\DVD Combo: The lug nuts on the tires are plastics caps that hid three screws I was looking for to remove the tires. Once I removed the tires there were 2 screws on each side that I needed to undo and the chassis was gently nursed off.
Upon open the chassis I noticed that the plug wire had a harness on the "business end, it it was disconnected from the circuit board where it "plugged in". Once I plugged it in and then teste to see if the set would turn back on everything was working fine.
try taking the fake "lug nuts" off the tires with a set ff channel locks. Just pry them off easy. There will be 2 or 3 screws holding the wheels on. Remove the wheels and take out the visible screws there. Then remove the 4 easy to see silver screws underneath.