Question about Olevia LT37HVS 37 in. LCD HDTV
It seems that my Olevia after running for an hour or so would just turn itself off. (It's been doing that for quite a while.) I thought that it was probably overheating and would let it sit. Then I started turning it off during commercials so that it wouldn't turn off during a program. Now, the TV will not turn on at all. The blue on/off switch sometimes will light up and sometimes won't but it won't turn on. I'm thinking that I've worn out the off/on switch. Thanks.
I doubt the switch is at fault, a worsening power supply failure is much more likely.
There are several million components in circulation (capacitors) that have defective chemicals in solution and there are seemingly unrelated electronic items crapping out all over.
The faulty electrolyte was made in China after the formula was stolen from Japan and poorly copied.
The stuff was sold to several Asian manufacturers of the capacitors and used in a broad range of devices.
We'll be seeing many more failures before it gets any better.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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