Question about Sharp Televison & Video
There may be still some moisture in the lcd, best way to dry it would be a hair dryer, go around the plastic of the screen not to close for a good few minutes whilst the tv is off then wait about 15 minutes before turning the set back on, this should solve the problem, if not the moisture may have shorted out some of the componants, best way is to leave the tv unplugged for 24 hours and then try again.
Just abit of advice for future reference. If an electrical item gets wet whilst off, the worst thing to do is turn the item on, leave it for about 24 hours and dry it up as much as you can, then turn it back on and it should work fine. hope this helps and good luck
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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