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Re: TV won't stay on?
Have you contacted the manufacturer yet in order to better assist you with a legit repair electronic place in your area?
I also goggled the model# since the manufacturer didn't pull it. It appears you have a UK 2001 model which would mean you are experience the collision between PAL and NTSC!! You might either not get audio otherwise you will get a scrambled audio sound which sounds like munckins then a distroted pixelated and zigg-zagg appearance consistantly on every screen. There isnt anything you can do with this since everything is broadcasted in NTSC in the USA and no pal unless you have a pal DVD player.
Do you have a pal DVD player that might work ok with this?
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Make sure the power cord is properly plugged into a wall outlet if your TV is not powering on.
Make sure the video and audio cables connecting your TV to external devices are secure if you are experiencing a fuzzy picture or no picture.
Reset the parental password if you forgot the password and
are unable to view certain programs. To do this, click "Menu" on your
remote control and use the arrow keys to select "Parental Controls."
Enter the master password, which is "4357" to reset the password.
Turn off the caption vision option if you are seeing a large
black box on your screen. To do this, click the "Menu" button and select
"Setup." Select "Caption vision" and press the "Plus" button on your
controller to set the option to "Off."
Check the "TV/Video" setting if you're not getting a picture
on your screen. You may have inadvertently selected a video input that
isn't active. Press the "TV/Video" button on your remote to cycle
through video inputs.
Alter the brightness settings if you are experiencing a poor
picture or no picture. To do this, press "Menu" and select "Video."
Increase the brightness settings to see if the picture begins to appear.
Make sure the volume is not muted if you are experiencing a
clear picture but no sound. Press the "Mute" button on the remote
control to turn mute on and off.
Power cycle your Sony
Wega if it's frozen or not responding to your remote control. Unplug
the power cord and wait a few seconds. Plug the power cord back in.
My Loewe Aconda 81 HDR TV will not turn on. When I press the power button the green light comes on but the red light stays on with it and after a few seconds the green light goes out and the red light stays on. Any help please.
As far as fixing goes, you might as well get a new TV... Unless its a LARGE EXPENSIVE HOLY $%^# TV, It will cost more to fix, than to just buy a new one, unless its under warranty, which being an older model as that (or so im reading) It may not be covered.
Try unplugging the TV, and while unplugged, hold down the power button for a full minute (yes, with the plug NOT in the wall) after a minute, plug it back in, and try. Its a hard reset. If it still does not work, and you've tried different outlets, It's probably a repair issue, and you'll need to get someone to fix it, or just junk it :-/