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universal control one for all, program automatic search
WITH ON TV AND AIMING TO CONTROL TO THE TV
1) Press TV
2) Press magic until 2 blinks followed and then press 991
3) Press TV
4) Press power.
5) Go pressing ch + until the TV turns off. Once you release goes ch + (obviously) and press magic.
WARNING: if you go too fast pressing CH + until the TV responds and off maybe pcs and tightened again and passed to code, PERFECT TIME IS BETWEEN EACH PRESS 2 SECONDS.
Does it sound like it's coming on then powers down? Mine turned out to be the bulb. I bought a bulb on Ebay for less than $90.00 and installed it myself.
The bulb was inside a square metal housing, pull housing and bulb out of tv, replace the bulb reusing the existing housing, then replace..... Pretty easy fix, and I'm not all that mechanically inclined. Good luck!
Ours used to do that - and then we moved it to another state with us. Since the move it doesn't shut itself off anymore. I suspect that the problem was dirt and dust inside which got knocked loose in the move and the shutdown was due to thermal limits being exceeded. You may want to try vacuuming or blowing out the dust inside if you feel comfortable opening up the unit.
This TV has lost it's vertical deflection. When all the TV x-rays are concentrated in a single horizontal line, the TV power shuts off automatically due to the built in X-ray safety device. When the vertical deflection IC burns out, it usually takes part of the circuit board with it. It will not be an easy repair. A 500+ dollar repair at the least, involving finding the burnt out components and replacing them.
What source are you using? If cable, you should only be able to pickup channel 3 or 4 if you're using the box. If there is no antenna, that would be the only other answer if the set checks out...accordianman
I have the exact problem. We have three TV/DVD combos from Toshiba, and within the last two weeks all three of them started have the same problem - all at different times. At first I thought one had a power surge problem, so I took it to the TV repair shop (being diagnosed now), then a few days later the second one did the same thing. And now, three days later, the third one (newer model Toshiba) started doing the same thing.