My tv wont start up u hear a click and then one more after 3sec but it will not turn on, i have tried to leave it unplugged for a day then 2 days but nothing same shit. How can i fix it or at lest get it to turn on one more time?
More than likely the TV is in safe mode due to a malfunction. This has been happening in toshibas alot. If unplugging the TV does not work it needs to have a circut panel replaced. Again depends on the make and model too accurately access your problem.
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wow that... sucks... if youve lost the remote and owners manual you could try leaving it unplugged a really long time. there are capacitors storing energy in the tv so that it remembers all the info even when you unplug it. if you leave it unplugged long enough you might be able to make it go to factory default. i hear using a screw driver to "short" the leads on the power cord can make it drain quicker. I have no idea if this will work. just don't stick the screw driver into the power outlet or try getting inside the TV... I like trying to answer your questions!
I'm fairly certain after a few days of being unplugged it will forget.
Depending on the age of your tv, if you hear a rapid clicking, it seems like your ballast is starting to turn on your tv but it's not able to. (1) Check your lamp, (2) reset the lamp timer, (3) make sure the cover panel is all the way. the positioning sensor might not be detecting the cover all the way in. Personally I think you're experiencing a ballast problem.
hello..i think you have very big problems inside on you're TV you need a Electronics Technician to see inside the real problem.my tips is located in Power Supply Regulator..Can i know what kind TV Model???thanks
This TV is not known for it's reliability. I have the same model and it's in a storage room broken. It could still be something simple on your's. Try unplugging it and leaving it like that for a day. Try again a day later and see if a hard reset helps.
Most likely the TV is detecting an internal problem with it's circuitry and is shutting itself off to prevent further damage. You'll need to have a professional look at your set to determine exacly what's going on. Aside from leaving the power cord unplugged for five minutes, then pluggin back in and trying it again, there's nothing anyone can do from here. Sorry.
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