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Toshiba tv model md30h82 is 5v sw board but not poweron

I have 5v on switch board ,but notpower on.

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Toshiba tv model 2563db has picture until you switch on and off several times then comes without voice but with dvd player there is voice and clear picture.whats is the problem?


Check your amplifier section where you can find the speaker out of your TV board, or replace the amp IC TDA2611A .. or your speaker is bad.

Sep 09, 2011 | Standard (CRT) Televisions

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Hello; I have a Model 32A33 Toshiba TV with the following problem: 1. The TV was changing channels without pressing NO buttons. A student tried to fix the situation changing switches SA07 (Power On/off...


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All you need to do now is to buy a new tact switch and replace all of them to resolve the issue. I'm not sure how it looks like the one installed in your unit but you may click this link to buy online. Watch the video below for more info regarding soldering and desoldering the parts on the board.



Let me know if you need further assistance.

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Sep 09, 2011 | Toshiba 32A33 32" TV

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I have a Toshiba TV, model 27AF44, and the color on it comes and goes. It will show the picture in color for 10 or 20 seconds then go back to black and white then back to color again for 10 or 20 seconds....


U have tools like a soldering iron and a roll of solders u also can do basic soldering work too?Yes,take the tv aparts.The tv video board that the board where it is connect to the tv CRT-(tv tube) it have cold soldering on it round pins sockets video board that it connect to the tv CRT-(tv tube).The tv video board that the board connect to the tv CRT-(tv tubbe).Those socket pins around the video sockets pins must be to do resoldering for a tight connections between the tv video boaard round socket pins to connections for a good connections to the tv video board and to the tv CRT-(tv tube).This will solved video fading in and out and loosing video picture.

Aug 24, 2011 | Toshiba 27AF44 27" TV

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I have a Toshiba 36" tv Model # 36AF61. Recently


Unlikely to be a fuse, likely to be some capacitors and possibly semiconductors need changing in the power supply or line output section of the board.
I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.
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Feb 26, 2011 | Toshiba 36AF61 36" TV

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Toshiba TV picture has become single horizontal line in middle


this problem is caused by a faulty ir of cap's . First is c408 on the board it is a 100uf @ 35v i replaced with same uf and @ 50v , Second is a 2.2uf @250v and is c410 on the board replace both and your off to the races.

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Jul 22, 2010 | Toshiba 27AF43 27" TV

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Toshiba (Model : 36A43) - volume goes down automatically


I am having same problem on 32 inch same problem. After playing with board with no results,I tried front buttons and found that if I held the power button in ever so slighItly as not to turn it off, it fixed problem which is the micro on/off switch, I removed the switch and used the remote and everything is back to normal, I am about to insall a used micro switch after I finish typing this but I am sure this will clear up volume problen and menu going crazy problem if not I will just leave micro switch out and use the remote, and I will get back to this board only if that micro switch still causes the problem, so if I don't post in next hour the problem is fixed and I'm more than glad to help.

Jun 18, 2008 | Toshiba 32AF43 32" TV

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TV won't turn on power shuts off when hit remote and manuel poweron switch/


How old is this TV?
My experiance is to not put money into a TV that is over ten years old. TVs stress out their electronic components worse than almost any other electronic product. After 10 years, there are so many parts that are ready to fail that your are probably wasting your money trying to get any more life out of it.
Another option is to wholesale replace the main board from an outfit like Module Exchange at 972-298-1212
Be careful on buying a new one though. Often times, these new technology ones are much worse. Always Google the model number of the set you intend to buy and add the word 'repair' or 'complaint' to see if it is one of the many models that are customer service nightmares being produced by even the most reputable companies today.
Hope ya fix it!

Jan 14, 2008 | JVC AV-32730 TV

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Toshiba 52 in tv


Most likely = bad Hyper board....need exact model # off back
of set for more info..................T.

Dec 08, 2007 | Toshiba 61A60 TV

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TOSHIBA TELEVISION MODEL NUMBER 36ZD26P


You most likely have some broken solder connections either in the low voltage area or in the horizontal section of the tv, board has to be removed and re-soldered, hope this helps

Nov 27, 2007 | RCA F27450 27" TV

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Menu pop ups


dopy, the problem is leaky tact switches on the control board, have changed out many of these especially on the 2003 model which of course is the 32A43, part number for the switches is 23344443, swap them and your done, BMW Rider

Sep 06, 2007 | Toshiba 32A43 32" TV

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