Breaker had tripped after opeating a shaver which overloaded circuit on which tv is also on. reset breaker,computers and everything worked fine except tv. fuse in back ok,tv has power lite,but screen black, no menu or anything. element tech tried to tell me it was a vga problem with computer? remote will not turn on tv.
What the heck!? My 3202 just shut off out of nowhere. It was working PERFECTLY before just now & i've never plugged up my computer to it. I'll be pretty livid if I have to cough up $$$ for a control box.
The new control boxes for the flx3202 are about $400.00
I have the same problem and its more than I paid for the ($378.00) element will give you an out of warranty exchange for the low price of $600 + and a 90 day warranty to boot What a great deal HUH hahahaha! anyone have the address for element electronics they will not give it out and its not on any paperwork I wanna mail this piece of **** back tp them in Pieces
Had the same problem with flx3202 after circuit tripped.. they send me new controll box took 10 mins to put it in worked fine after.... son just broke screen but still have new controll box who needs one?
No, as i said,red lite is on,no blinking,there is no sound or clicking noise, tv screen black,no menu or anything. hit power button on remote, nothing happens. tv worked perfectly before. changed batteries in remote, still nothing.
Sony sets are tricky to troubleshoot and you're not telling us much. For example, do you hear anything at all when you turn it on (clicking or high voltage coming up then shutting down). Anything appears on the screen at all ? Does the red light on the front blink and if so how many times ?
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1) test the outlet box and plug a desk lamp if work, if does the circuit is o.k if NOT reset the c.breaker from your home 2) test the power cord for open or break 3) see for a blown fuse inside and replace, or c.breaker tripped reset. 4) test for short in transformer+coil+filter+diode+rectifier and ground chassin. 5) test the Horizontal output for +125vdc +HVREC+FLYBACK+vertical output for 80vdc+all they go to the CRT. measure the color circuite +12vdc+other circuite+12vdc+audio 24vdc. see the block diagram oTHERWISE you must to the repair shop TV God bless you
Hi - Check to see that the power cord is still connected or that the power source has not been shut off.
If it is plugged in, if the power strip is still on and working correctly, and if the breaker the tv is on is not tripped, then I would recommend unplugging the TV for 5 minutes and plugging it back in. Sometimes the tube in the TV can become "overloaded" and needs a brief 'cooling period'. Let us know if this does not work. Thanks!
Does the outlet still work? The storm may have tripped the circuit breaker for that outlet only.
Another option is there was a surge of power and you weren't using a surge protector. That can overload a capacitor and you will need to get a technician to fix it
The only possible check that could be done without removing/opening the Audiovox TV would be to check for the presence/absence of supply power/voltage depending on how the TV is powered (12VDC or 120 VAC). Normally, there would be an fuse and/or circuit breakers.for the RV's entertainment system including the TV.
The 120-volt circuit breakers and 12-volt
fuses are located in the same compartment. These devices interrupt the power if
the circuit is overloaded.The 120-volt circuit breakers include a 30
amp main breaker and several smaller breakers for individual circuits. If a
circuit breaker is tripped, look for an overload on the circuit, then reset it
by turning the breaker OFF and then turning it ON. Do not try to reset a breaker
the second time without locating the overload problem. The 12-volt fuses protect
individual circuits. If the circuit is overloaded, it will blow the fuse and the
fuse must be replaced. Check the circuit for an overload and replace the fuse
with the same type or amperage rating.
If the above checks out, then problem is internal to the unit and would require removal from its current position.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.