Question about Toshiba 19AV501 19 in. HDTV LCD TV
How to reset toshiba lcd tv?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a firm ware download for many of these sets at philips site that will correct this problem
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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Your tv is being attacked by electrical surges which seem very violent and has already damaged some logic controls. Please invest in a AC filter which will protect your tv from such spikes....... but first you need to get your tv serviced from the electrical damaged it has already suffered.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
It part of the caption functions is on.Tries find in ur tv menu,goto captioning functions like CC1,2,3 and Text 1,2,3.Turn it all off.These radom black boxes and trying typing somethings,should stop.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
On the back of the TV, where the main board is (the one with many AV inputs to it) there are several cables going into it.
Find the one that leads to the buttons on the TV - it won't be too hard to trace - and after turning on the TV disconnect that cable.
Or, if the cables for the buttons and the front LED and IR sensor are separate (sometimes they are) you disconnect the one for the buttons and then turn the TV on with the remote.
Either way, see if the problem persists with the buttons panel disconnected.
if it does then the problem is in the main board and likely you'll want it replaced. The way they make them these days it's really cheaper to replace the whole thing than to look for a problem among components the largest of which is about a millimeter long.
if the problem is in the button/cable connector...you'll probably find it easy. Often it's because that same cable has been trapped between the front and back covers and broken or shorted by the friction and pressure.
Hope this helps....would appreciate a review on Google if it does!
Posted on Oct 09, 2012
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