Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The problem with this problem is that it's not common, and many things could be causing this issue. You could have a bad/low voltage line affecting the display, and that could be caused by many things (bad electrolytic cap in power supply, bad zener or regulating anywhere in the supply, or other support lines, and many other things. There is no "magical" way to figure this out- the unit will have to be troubleshot to determine the problem, and I couldn't find any report about this problem, so it's not a common one.
Unfortunately, these days a lot of servicing to TVs is done at the board and module level, unless you troubleshoot the unit to the component yourself, and even then, it's hard to run down the parts (since they're made overseas).
Your best shot at this is to find a mobile service TV repair and call them and talk to them. I'll tell you why- they're not like a normal TV shop, and they're not as greedy, and tend to be more honest, since they rely upon word of mouth to support their business. I called a service guy like this one time, and to my surprise, he was willing to let me copy schematics and give advice, just for the asking.
It's your best shot for help, unless you get lucky and find someone who's already figured this particular make, model, and problem out. I can understand your frustration at this point, since, with this problem, 5 people will have 3 different answers, but it's not that simple. Keep trying- perserverance either succeeds, or solves, one way or the other, unless the end is unaffordable or impractical.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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