Question about Sanyo DS31590 31" TV
Check connections, remote batteries, etc. - all okay. How can I be used it has "died" vs. something that can be reasonably fixed?
I hate to say this but you are looking at a repair cost to get this going again. You may have some luck leaving the unit unplugged for a few weeks and then re trying it but that is a long shot. If it were my unit I would recycle the old one and replace with a used or new unit. If the problem is power supply related repair charges can be in the 40-60 dollar range. Decide on your own what is best for you but the unit will need repair by a shop technician most likely.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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