Question about Insignia 37" LCD Flat-Panel HDTV
I asume that the "on/off" button is covered with plastic. When the temperature is cold, the plastic cover shrinks and and puts pressure on the button underneath towards the "off" position, when the temperature is warmer the plastic expands and releases the button. What you could try is to take a hair dryer and some sticky tape and heat up the plastic membrane.When warm,apply the sticky tape to the plastic and pull on it and hold it until the plastic cools off. This should stretch the plastic membrane over the pushbutton and fix the problem. Caution, do not get to close with the hair dryer or you will melt the plastic membrane. Good luck
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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