I DON'T GET A AC POWER CORD JUST THE DC FOR MY VAN.
PURCHACED A 13' AUDIOVOX FLEVISION TV MODEL #: AVT1498 I HAD IT INSTALED THREE TO FOUR YEAR BACK IN MY VAN I LOST MY VAN LAST YEAR AND I LIKE TO INSTALL THE TV IN MY SHED BUT I NEVER HAD THE POWER CORD FOR THE AC PLUG. HOW CAN I GET THE POWER CORD OR IF I BUY A AC PLUG TO CONVERT TO DC 12 VOLT WHAT IS THE AMPS.MODEL# AUT1498SER# 14980050200594DC 12 - 14V 4A NUMBER - N HOW CAN I GET THE AC POWER CORD.THANK YOU FOR YOU TIME.ROBERT WEST VIRGINIA
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You'll probably find that tapping on the TV will bring the picture back when it collapses. This is a common problem caused by bad solder connections to the set's vertical output integrated circuit. The connections can develop cracks over time from heat. A few minutes with a soldering iron is all that's needed to fix this. A TV shop could touch up the connections for some nominal charge, but I have no idea what it might be these days. It's been a long time since I worked in a shop, so I don't know what labor rates are now. Shouldn't be more than $50 as a guess. But it's certainly fixable, and less than the cost of a new TV.
your tv set has a bad relay short it trying to turn on but the relay then detects a fault and lets go (the tick tick sound) it will need to be looked at by a service tech to have the short found and repaired
If the audiovox does not have digital capability you will need a converter. The converter "converts" the digital signal back to the old signal so that your tv will recognize and play it. Thanks for using fixya.
RDD6 - I had the same problem with my AVT-1498. Took it to the repair shop who told me it would cost hundreds to repair. I figured I could find a replacement crt for less but was wrong - they don't make these tv's anymore, and really don't make any 12v crt's anymore period. So I decided on a 15" 12v ready LCD model which fit the hole where the old crt TV use to be. I needed to rig it to hold the LCD bracket but that wasn't too difficult. Then just hooked the wires back up. Good luck with your situation.
If you suspect overheating then try removing the back and clean out with a long, wooden handled artists brush.
Make sure the children are not about and try it with the back off, but do not touch things inside.
You may blow cold air if you see what is overheating.
See how long it works OK for.
If it works without going off (assuming it was very dusty inside), then replace the back.
If it needed a fan to keep it working you may find out what needs replacing.