I took tv to repair shop to fix video inputs and to fix sound problem I had as sound only worked sometime. After taking tv back to shop a couple of times I think they finally fixed those problems. These people seem to not know what they are doing. However, we just realized the DVD no longer works. I opened the set and the only thing I can see is that maybe a fuse blew as I see two fuses and one of them appears broken. Any suggestions?
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Hi, it sounds like your problem is that you've selected the wrong "video input" for your DVD player. Your new television most likely has at least 3-4 (sometimes 6-7) different inputs for video. With your DVD player connected and turned on, press the "Source" button on your TV to cycle through the different inputs. Be sure to wait 2-4 seconds between selections to give your TV enough time to switch inputs. If your DVD player has "color coded" output cables, it's most likely a "component" video connection. See if one of your video inputs on the TV is called "Component". Some other video types are Video, DTV, HDMI, SVideo, Component, Composite, RGB, PC Input, etc...
0) Unplug your tv and let is sit for a few minutes. Does the sound come back after turning back on?
1) Turn the tv volume all the way up - do you hear any sound whatsoever from the speakers?
2) Verify you do not have sound on any of the inputs on the back of the tv. Use a DVD, Xbox or other that you know is working properly with audio to verify this.
If the above answer are all "no" then likely the audio amplifier has failed, or a capacitor in the area has failed. It is not hard to fix, but if you don't have proper tools, I would call a repair shop and ask what they would charge to fix an audio failure.
Prices will vary all over the map so best to just call a shop and see what they say.
Sounds like the disk acceptor motor or ejector is jammed, from the iteam listed above this is a combo unit. If you inclined you can go inside and check the enjector unit it may need to be repaired.
Now if this is under warranty you may want to take it in. Even out of warranty would be a execlent option. For any tv repair man to fix this would be $120 parts only labot your looking $35/hour time spend on this 1.5 hours..
But it sounds liek you got a jammed ejector unit and that you will need to go inside. I would not call this work for a end user because there is unwanted voltage and what not inside. So you might for a temp fix get a dvd seperate unit and hook it up to the video inputs on the unit for the temp fix.
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I just bought one of these that had the same problem, except it was the
red that was bad. It is a bad connection on a surface mount connector
going from the input board to the computer board.
I wish I had written down the connector location. Here is a picture
(if this works). The red arrow points to the cable/connector that
needs to be removed and cleaned and reconnected. This board is in the
center of the monitor and under an aluminum cover (just pull it off).
Hope this helps!