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TV DOES NOT TURN ON

NO AUDIO OR VIDEO

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  • ricosan Mar 11, 2008

    Have this same TV for about 1.5 years. One day would not turn on, 3 days later turns on. I can turn off and on for a week then same problem, doesn't turn on for a few days. Intermittent problem, but picture is fine when it works.



    HELP!!

  • hendrixx2 Sep 25, 2008

    have 52w59; when the power button is pressed, the green light will come on for about 5-10 seconds then go off. the unit will not turn on. no power outages, or surges recently. any info appreciated

    h2

  • andy worl Jan 01, 2009

    power goes immediately to standby.

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I would say the power supply is not working. May be something as simple as a fuse. To check the fuses, a person must always to first, unplug the set from the wall. Then take the screws/1/4" nuts from the bottom back panel of the set. You should be able to take a flashlight and observe any bad fuses, or better yet, if you have a continunity checker ( vom/dvm ) use that to check each fuse. There are usally more than one in a big screen. Good luck. I hope this has helped.
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Crack open the back you might notice that inside the unit, it's caked with dust. Dust will kill any electronic device. You might be lucky and catch the problem before it fries your board. But more than likely its done. Look and listen for any burning or smoke within the unit. I had the same prob and was able to catch the offending device and replaced it. (RCA D52W21)

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