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When you turn on tv the green power light comes on for 1 second then turns off!

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Bad power board

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When we push the power button on the remote or on the tv the green light comes on for one second and then shuts off ... tv won't turn on


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NOT A GOOD IDEA AT ALL!

You likely now have one of two things happening:

1. Green power light constantly blinks and will not stop(should blink for 70 seconds and go out).

2. Green power light comes on and a few seconds later goes off.

Which do you have?

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Hi, i have here a mitsubishi WD-57733. once the unit is switch ON, green LED light and a few seconds the status LED light then shuts off. I think light engines good since i just replaced a new lamp.


hello i've just checked the manual for here is some information

None TV is powered off. Normal operation.

Green TV is powered on. Normal operation.

Green 1. TV just plugged into AC outlet.

Wait until blinking stops before turning on (approximately 1

minute). Normal operation.

2. AC just restored after power failure.

3. TV Rebooting after System Reset was

used.

4. TV Rebooting after power fluctuation

or receiving abnormal digital signals

from digital channel, or digital device.

5. You have begun the procedure to

update software from an authorized

flash memory device.

For detailed information, see the instructions that accompany

the authorized software update. IMPORTANT: Do not

use unauthorized software at any time.

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cooling.

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Hello,

My LOEWE CAL 232 will not power up. When the power button is pressed, the monitor turns on, with the LOEWE on the monitor, then the TV continues with the previous activity (antenna, DVD, VCR etc.). Now all that happens is

1. the red light comes on

2.after about 1 second the green light turns on for about 12 seconds

3. the the green light turns off for about 1 second

4. then the green light turns on again for about 12 seconds

and this continues until the power button is pressed to turn the TV off. During this time, the monitor does not turn on and the only sound I hear seems to eminate from the power button.

Any thoughts?

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I need the code for sharp tv please


Configuring codes:
  1. Turn on the component that you want to set up. In the code listing find the 4-digit code numbers for your component brand.
  2. Hold the component key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after approximately 3 seconds.
  3. Release the component key.
  4. If you are programming the DVD or CD device press the "action" key. The red indicator light will come on.
  5. Within thirty seconds, enter in a 4-digit code number. The component key lights will blink with an upward motion when a code has been successfully entered. In this case proceed to step #5. If the code has not been successfully entered, the componment lights will not blink. In this case return to strep #1 and start over.
  6. Test code by pressing "Power" key. If the component turns off, you've got the right code. Follow the same instructions to set up your other components. If the component doesn't turn off, return to step 2 and use the next 4-digit code listed. Note: If none of the codes turn your component off, try the Auto Code Scan function.

Auto Code Scan:
    The Auto Code Scan feature allows you to set up your components without having to enter in code numbers. The Jensen will do the work for you! (It may take a few minutes to find your code using this method.)
  1. Turn on the component that you want to set up.
  2. Hold the component key down until the light comes on. The green light should come on after approximately 3 seconds.
  3. Release the component key.
  4. If you are programming the DVD or CD device press the "action" key. The red indicator light will come on.
  5. Press "0" - "9" The green light will blink as codes are sent.
  6. As soon as the remote turns your component off, press the "action" key. (You have 1 second in which to press the "action" key to save the code.) The component key lights will blink with an upward motion when a code has been successfully entered. The component is now programmed. To find that code, proceed to Code Readback.
  7. If none of the codes turn your component off, return to step 2 and start over.

Code Readback:
  1. Hold the component key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after approximately 3 seconds.
  2. Release the component key.
  3. If you are programming the DVD or CD device press the "action" key. The red indicator light will come on.
  4. Press the "enter" key.
  5. Count the number of times the green light blinks. There will be four numbers, separated by a two second pause. The red light will tum off after the remote is finished reading numbers back. Make sure you write the code number below for future use!

Multi-Component Power On/Off:
    The Jensen remote has the ability to turn On/Off multiple components at once. When you perform the following steps, you can turn On/Off the TV, VCR, Satellite, Cable Box and Audio Receiver.
  1. Press the "action" key.
  2. Press the "power" key. Note: This feature does not work for DVD and CD.

Volume Priority Punch-Through:
    When you press the volume keys on the remote they will control the volume on your TV. If you have a home theater system and want the volume keys to control your receiver only, you may set your volume priority to the receiver.
  1. Hold the "RCVR" key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after about 3 seconds.
  2. Press "RCVR" key.
  3. Press "Vol+" key. To disable the volume priority you have to set and return to the default.
    To change back to TV priority:
  1. Hold the "RCVR" key down until the green indicator light comes on. The green light should come on after about 3 seconds.
  2. Press "RCVR" key.
  3. Press "Vol-" key. The volume priority will now default to the TV volume.
hope this helps
Robb

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Flashin power light - wont come on


The "green light flashing to the chirping" circuit may be defective.

Not a basic diagnosis--service literature and/or knowledge of each green light circuit will be needed.Possible shop repair.

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