Question about Akai LCT2060 Television
I have a AKAI LCT2060 I am having problems with it, the picture comes up for a few second than goes off, still have sound but no picture. I see that other is experience the same problem and said they change out 4 caps at the power supply. Can you please direct me to where the 4 caps are on the circuit board and the value of the caps so that I can change them.
If you bought your TV at Costco, you may want to call their free Concierge Service at 1-866-861-0450. They had me take it to an electronics repair facility that determined it was the AC adapter that can no longer be replaced. They then asked me to take the TV back to the Costco warehouse, where the manager gave me a reduced credit to buy a new TV. I did not have to put out any money for any of this.
Costco stands behind their electronics, much like Sears did with its merchandise a long time ago when it was a real store. I will probably only purchase electronics from Costco, because of my experience.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
These TVs go through power supplies like crasy. You need a new power supply. When you get a new power supply the voltage needs to be the same. 12VDC or 19VDC. Check the back of the TV. The amps need to be equal or greater than ther TV requires. It will draw the amps it needs. If you have too few amps you will get a dim screen. Too many volts and you have no more tv. this is DC so the + and - matters. you can get one at the big box electronics store for $100 plus or online for about $20.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Hey what a trip it seems like everybody that ownes one of these tv's has a problem with thier tv maybe trashing this faulty and generic product and sticking with the sony's and the other well known top of the line brands is well worth it, cause i wish i would of just payed $400 for a 15" flat panal sony that works then a peace of **** 20" inch that dont work for ****
Posted on May 18, 2008
Call 800-726-4405 for the adapter - if they do not have the part, have them email the parts manager in the corp office
Posted on Mar 29, 2008
I have the same TV,but mine doesn't turn on at all.This is the first one that I have worked on so far that the bad capacitors were not so obvious.Most of them the tops were bulged,or the bottom of them had the rubber plug sticking out.But this one only has five standard capacitors,that all look good,and around thirty surface mount silver ones.I had bought an ESR meter,and according to that,at least half of them are bad.So until I get some replacements,I won't know if that is the problem.Maybe you can answer a question for me.I need a power adapter for mine.For now I would like to use a laptop adapter to test it out with.The TV says it requires 19V,and has two positive pins,and two negative pins according to a picture I found online.What I need to know is if both of the positive pins have the full 19V going to them,or one of them has a lower voltage for like a standby.That,and if it is AC,or DC.Any help is greatly appreciated.Thank You very much!
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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