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Can't turn tv on

Red sensor light flashes when on button pressed but nothing happens. Remote doesn't work either.

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  • melbar68 May 14, 2008

    my tv will not turn on i plugged it to the the computer to charge it through the usb port and it turned then when we took it back to the room to turn on it would not turn on does it have to charge for certain amount of time

  • DragonFire66 Nov 13, 2008

    I as well have the same problem.It will not power up when I press the on button.I then pluged the USB cabe to it from my computer and was able to turn it on then unplug the cable.Once I turned the tv off I had to do the same process over to turn it back on.

  • okos Dec 02, 2008

    I have the same problem. Tv will not turn on I have gone to the Olevia site to see if there was a solution. Unfortunately their solution does not work.

    I hane e-mailed them phoned them no reply from anyone.

    I would like to know if anyone has a solution besides scrapping it

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Follow the solution for service port 'jump start' with a usb plug. Plug your cell phone charger in next to the TV. Touch the metal prongs of the service port with the metal part of the usb until you get a brief 'flash' on the TV. Then turn on the tv set. It takes patience and a flash light to do this, so you can see what your touching. This will not turn on the set. You still have to do this yourself after the flash.

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