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Most of these sets used a mechanical RELAY---it is located somewhere near where the power cord connects to the circuit board---it will be black and rectangular about 3/4 of a inch tall and just over 1 inch wide(black in color with printing on top like TV-5-----12vdc etc)
I bet you are hearing the relay click on and off---A LOT OF THESE SETS HAD PROBLEMS WHERE ONE OF THE 4 PINS THAT HOLD THE RELAY IN BREAK LOOSE WHERE THEY ARE SOLDERED TO THE BOTTOM OF THE BOARD----two pins on one end will be side by side and the two at the other end will be slightly diagonal in position.
If you can unplug the set and get the back off--the entire board should slide out so you can turn it over and look at the solder connections----do not be surprised if one or more of them looks loose or badly soldered
If you see this all you have to do is resolder all four and put the set back together----in some sets you may have to unplug the speakers from the main board to get enough room to turn the board over.
Let me know if you have any questions--I am here to help.
my tla-04641c stoped taking commands the day after using it with my laptop and was stuck on so i unplugged it and now it wont turn on when i plug it in the red light comes on and i hear the relay click button nothing happens when i push the on button. any suggestions? i pulled the power board and nothing "looked blown"
rather than a wireless headset you might be better off with a video sender unit from what i know the head sets plug into the headphone socket which would mean the wife wouldn't hear anything where as the sender units have a different set up the can also send to another room hope this helps regards Jim
you need to replace the flyback which is flyback 259296 and also capacitor CP150 and CP114. You can get replacement parts at the following link and they include free step by step instructions with pictures so you can easially repair the set yourself. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
I need to know how long do you have the tv?In the other word,approx. how many hours you have put into it? Secondly,did you wall mounted the tv or setting it close the the area which there is not much room for the back of your tv to breath? solutiondoct
Hello ****, I have the same problem. However. I manage to get the TV on by pulling the cable out and then plug it back in again several times. A couple of times just after you have heard the first click and the a couple of times just when you hear the second click. Sudenly the TV decided to work again. I think it must be a problem with one of the two relays that sits next to each other near the centre of the TV. If you take the back of and then plug the power back in you will see the two lights next to those relays come on and then die out when the relays let go. This is what hapens if the TV doesnt work. If the TV works those lights/LED's will stay green and the relays will hold on and feeding the TV screen. I will probably try to see if I can buy replacement relays and replace these. If I can get hold of them, then probably I would take the existing relays appart to see if I could see any fault. If those relays ar ok and the replacement relays appear in the same manor like the old ones I would look for problems before those relays. Maby order a new circut board from Samsung.