Question about Flat Panel Televisions
Was powered by generator and now only goes to stand-by
Spikes can occur on any service line, the question that needs an answer is what part fails when and if th LCD is subject to poor power delivery.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
More than likely the power supply has defective parts, and or some other modules have failed.
Using a generator to direcly run a Plasma or LCD screen, and most any high end equipment is very dangerous for these. They are very critical to the quality of the electric power feeding them. If the AC frequency goes too far off specs, or there are noise spikes or distortions in the sinewave structure of the AC power, this can cause damage.
If you have a very high quality generator with very good power conditioning, frequency stabilization, and voltage regulation this would be the proper way to go.
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
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