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Re: Toshiba 27D46 27" TV Problem
It will not be the picture tube. Your set will have cracked solder joints in and about the vertical
output stages. This is not a major repair, and will require
re-soldering of that stage, and maybe a few capacitors replaced as a
cursory repair as preventative maintenance. should cost between $50-80
depending on who you get to look at it. If you are quoted a price
higher than this, I suggest ringing around repair guys in your area and
be careful to explain exactly what you have described the fault as
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These input plugs are often soldered on to a printed circuit board mounted to the internal chassis of the TV. Much of the circuitry in a TV is lethal when switched on, and in some types, even when not plugged in for a time. Therefore I'd advise taking it to a repair shop and asking for a cost estimate.
With parts and labour that might even approach the cost of a new one, for which you get a warranty.
Yes,there is a fuse in inside on the tv main pcb board near the power a/c cord.But if the tv have sparks,main pcb board could have more other components fries too.If tv less 10 years repair it by a shop,more than that should buy a another tv.
There is a part insidethe TV that needs to be replaced; probably the main board. If the TV is under warranty—whetherthe original warranty from the manufacture or an extended warrantypurchased with the TV—call the company providing the warrantycoverage and they will arrange to have your TV repaired at little, orno cost to you.
If the TV is out ofwarranty, and you have the experience and you know what you're doing,you can fix the TV yourself. Purchase the service manual from themanufacture to get started. However, if you've never done anythinglike this type of repair before and you don't know where to start, Isuggest speaking with an experienced TV repair-person.
If you decide to pay forout of warranty repair by a professional repair shop, the total costwill likely be a minimum of $300 parts and labor. However, be warnedthat the cost could be considerably higher. A new 37" LCD from Walmart.com would cost you $468.
Since some brands willpay for your repair even if you're out of warranty, you shouldcontact the manufacture first for your full range of options. Ifthey're willing to fix the TV for free, let them!
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Flashing lights on most TV's indicates a faulty voltage somewhere in the power supply or other voltage sensitive section. Like the "check engine" light on most cars, repair will require a trip to the shop. Get an estimate first. In the new world of disposable electronics the cost of repair may exceed the value of the set.
Power light blinking mean that the internal power supply is not working correctly. Often the internal power supply itself need to be repaired ( usually a one hour work if spare parts available).
Another basic circuit in the TV can be short circuited due to a component failure and consequently cause the internal power supply to block everything.
A routined pro must be able to tell you within short time cost of repair and spare parts. Up to you to then decide wether or not have this set repaired. Be aware a pro will ask you a fee for this service, even you don't want the set to be repaired.You can save some cost if you bring your TV set yourself to the repair-shop.
The kind of problem is not really age-related; if your TV is running daily 16 hours, with many on/off switching, and particularly in a cool place can degrade some components within warranty time.
Most likly it is a power regulator problem, and had nothing to do with the Xbox. These sets are common for this BUT it is unfortainate, that most likly you will be surprised when you take the set into the repair shop, on the cost of the repair. In a set this old, I would not evenm invest in an estamate charge, as Im quessing its going to cost between 225 to 300 to repair. Good Luck