Question about Dell W2306C 23 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
When I came home yesterday, and tried to turn my tv on, the power button flashes yellow, and the tv appears to be dead. I've had the tv for less than 2 yrs, but maybe being a Dell brand explains it. I read somewhere that people were having problems getting a picture, which could possibly be fixed by replacing the inverter, but the were still getting audio, and I'm getting nothing. I had a feeling that the tv was starting to go on the fritz, as there have been many times that while watching it, the audio goes out, and I have to turn the unit off and then on, and then it's fine.
What a piece of ****! Dell's claims of excellent customer support and service is the biggest joke ever! I would NEVER buy another Dell product! I have had problems with my Dell XPS laptop from day one. When calling tech support, overcoming the communication barrier makes the call 10x as long, as I can never understand what they are saying, and vice versa. Buyer Beware!
I had this problem before ,i fixed mine by unplugging all cables wires and power plug ,then hold poweron button in for 5 minutes this will reset unit
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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