Question about Televison & Video
I have this Emprex HD-3202 tv, which has 2 hdmi connections. My problem is the picture and sound won't come on. When I plug it in, I am able to still see the red power light meaning its on standby,
but once i press power on the side panel, the power button turns green, but nothing really happens.
When I press the power on the side panel again, nothing happens. I am forced to pull the plug from the wall to get it to turn off.
Any ideas on how to fix this? Any help would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My first thought then is that the main board may have capacitor damage that will affect the boards ability to "understand" the control signals, if you can I would have the tv looked at at a service center for damaged boards and components, might be an easy fix but might not be (new boards), The lcd panel is good that can net you several hundred dollars at a min.
peope break them all the time and a simple change out is worth several hundred dollars, vs a new tv
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
SOURCE: Sony Plasma TV.
I have the same problem. since I have 3 of these TV's, I switched boards around, and I came to the conclution that is the power board. I will try to repair it, and I'll let you know the component that is bad. Gaston
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
Does the lights on the front have a pattern to them or does it just turn on green and stay that way? If the lights have a pattern or turns on green then goes to orange or some other color then I would start with the power board. If the light stays green the whole time then I would turn all the lights off and shine a flashlight up real close to the screen and see if you see anything. If you do then it is your inverter board which controls your backlights.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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