Two leds will turn on then after a second one will turn off. i can here relays clicking when the leds turn on and off.. seems like the power board is waiting for a signal it never gets - then it goes into standby. I dont think its the power boards. Any suggestions?
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Re: power on problem
A problemm is being deteced during the startup process. To prevent further damage, the set is shutdown. What you are seeing is repeated attempts to startup the set. If the set is less than 1 year old, it should still be under warranty. Call for warranty service.
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i have 65 inch samsung tv LED UA65D8000XN if you plag in red light on if you tuch power ON was blinking then the blinking it will stop but the tv will not turn ON the tv no display no picture relay click about once per second but the tv will not turn on thanks for any solution
The blue led dies because the power source dies: it detects a big short on one of its outputs and shuts down to protect itself automatically. Since apparently it's a very big short and you just had to replace the bulb then the faulty part is the ballast board (the one that powers the bulb): when the bulb failed it has generated a power surge that fried it.
Replace the ballast and verify the power source board: if you're really unlucky when the ballast got fried it has in turn damaged the power board.
I need to know how long do you have the tv?In the other word,approx. how many hours you have put into it? Secondly,did you wall mounted the tv or setting it close the the area which there is not much room for the back of your tv to breath? solutiondoct
Ok. I got my tv back on.
I pulled off the back cover and found the relay that was clicking.
I have two blue relays next to each other that click when the power is pushed.
I placed a hair dryer over the relays for about a minute.
Once heated up, it only took 4 tries to get the TV to stay on.