Question about Hitachi 57TWX20B 57" Rear Projection Television
Worked fine last 7 days. Had a few electrical storms in the past couple days. Had multiple power outages over 1 evening.
Now the set comes on by oush botton on front. the RED light comes on & you can hear the initial Crackle noise that this set always made, but NOTHING comes on, no sound, no menus via the control panel or either remote. the remote will NOT turnthe TV off but it will turnthe TV ON.
I have discounted antenna and reconnected and disconnected power, let it sit a few min. the plugged it in again.
Possible found on blogs could be Convergence is fried, but shouldthat not allow soudn to work? ro at least give some sort of visual projection even it is just color blotches.
Also foudn possible power supply, but would this not allow the red power light to come ont he on-off button.
A PC tech said check the Cooling fan as it could be dirty and drawing so much juice that it is not allow the TV to power up.
ANy help or direction to determine professional reapir would be appreciated.
F you had multiple power outages, i would contact the power company
or/and insurance company and it should be covered under that, but
sounds like power supply problem if you had power surges
if lighting cause it then it could be anything.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
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