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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not sure if there the same but the boards inside may be.
This sounds like the problem most LCD tv's get with swelled up capacitors in the power supply board. look for circular cylinder shaped parts rapped in plastic with writting on the sides, and metal tops, if the top is rounded over, not flat, it is bad. replace them.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Try ShopJimmy.com - they have a huge stock of TV parts. They are used but tested meaning they are usually much cheaper option and often have parts that are no longer available.
Power board: (verify correct part before ordering)
Picture of above part:
List of available parts for your TV:
You should verify the part number from your original board before ordering and also visually check that the replacement part matches your original. The part number is usually on a barcode sticker on the board or printed on the board itself. Be careful here as the number on the board may be the board number so try the find a part number if possible - the same board can be used for various configurations of components so is not a guarantee of being the correct part. Also manufacturers sometimes use different boards in televisions with the same model number according to price/availabilty/reliability.
You can also verify stock, part number, etc by contacting the supplier first. They may also be able to help you if you can't find your part on their website.
Alternatively, once you have identified the part number, search for other suppliers by entering the part number into Google or Google Product Search. Be sure to enter the part number with any hyphens, spaces or periods as it is written on the board and if you have no success, also try the same search without any punctuation, e.g just the numbers and letters with no spaces.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
It will be better if you can get me the part number off the board as there are several revisions of the part for the same model and all of them may not be compatibl with your set. The board looks like this. Its for your set but please verify the part number before buying.
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
SOURCE: i don,t know the model
You've probably activated the parental control accidentally from the remote control. This is usually done by pressing two buttons simultaneously and can be deactivated by pressing the same two buttons again. Without knowing the model number, I can't tell you which two buttons they are so you'll need to deactivate this feature from the on-screen menus on the TV.
You may need to use the original Olevia remote to do this:
1. Press the MENU button on your remote to open the on-screen menus
2. Select the PARENTAL CONTROL option
3. If asked for a Password or PIN, the default is often 999999 on Olevia TVs. If it's only asks for four numbers, try 9999. If you have set your own password/PIN, enter this instead.
If you haven't set your own password and 999999 doesn't work, the default will be something similarly simple, e.g. 000000 / 0000 / 111111 / 1111 etc depending on how many numbers there are in the password.
4. If/when the password is accepted, set all of the rating options to OFF
5. Press the "MENU" button again to exit the menu and resume watching TV.
I apologise for the very basic instructions. From your description, you seem to know how to navigate the on-screen menus and are simply having difficulty getting beyond the password screen. You should be able to get past the password screen with
If you need more detailed instructions, I will need to know the model number of your TV. This can usually be found on a sticker on the back of the TV and will be something similar to LT26HVX. Please also let me know whether you still have the original Olevia remote control.
Hope this helps. Please post back with the requested details if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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