I have the problem posted by another AKAI victim. The TV's power indicator is red, then green when the power is initiated but it immediately turns back red and the TV never turns on. What can I do to resolve this? The TV isn't 2 years old.
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You havent specified what type of Emerson combo is yours. Anyway I hereby posts some Emerson combo codes.
0227 0233 0254 0264
.... 0265 0266 0310 0325 [0039 0252]
Where the code is listed as [### ###] the first is for the TV and the second is for the VCR. Otherwise just the one code operates both the TV and the VCR
The red, blue and green RCA hook up is just video. You must also use the red and white pair of RCA jacks for the audio. You can usually find the audio red and white jacks right below the video red, blue and green RCA jacks. Get yourself an audio RCA cord with the red and white connectors and run that from your video device audio output to the audio input of the TV that corresponds with the video input of the TV. An example would be if the red, blue and green are on the "Video 1" input of your TV you will find the red and white audio input for "Video 1" right below or right next to the video inputs.
The red, blue and green video jacks are called "component video" and they only have a video signal for high definition video, so you must also run a separate audio line for it. The same holds true for the yellow video RCA connector, that one is called "composite video" and it also has only a video signal with no audio.
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It seems like there's a problem with a component on the Power Supply of your TV or there's a problem with your Picture Tube. I don't recommend you working on TV's unless you know what you're doing since you can get badly shocked if you don't discharge the Ulter Cap on the Picture Tube. If you don't know what you're doing then I suggest you get it repaired by someone who knows what they're doing.
I believe you either have a problem with your Power Supply inside your TV from a defective component in the circuit or you have a problem with the Picture Tube on your TV. I don't recommend you working on TV's by yourself unless you know what you're doing since you can get badly shocked. You need to discharge the Picture Tube on the TV before you work down any further. If you don't know what you're doing then you should get someone that knows what they're doing to work on your TV.
The unit shutsdown for a reason ,is sensing trouble somewhere,it could be mechanical problem or an electronic problem,either way it needs service.An estimate will tell you whats wrong and if it is worth to you to repair.Good day