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TEAC EU2816STF Television Will turn on for just a second and then off to standby. Then cant be turned on from standby. Can hear audio.

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    have the same problem,but i caused it by adjusting no 40 in service mode to far one way ,Is there any default settings as i have messed it up good.all because the picture was stuck in 4:3 aspect with top & bottom of picture missing,I found the 4,7,2,5 code and went in with out any species,would be great if anyone can help

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The set is going in to protect mode. Something on one of the circuit boards has failed and is most likey shorted.

The set would require proper troubleshooting to locate the defective parts, and then to replace them.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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