Question about Toshiba M24F51 24 in. TV/VCR/DVD Combo
*note it is never safe to open a tv to self service when it is plugged in. it can cause serious bodily harm,injury or death. and is best to leave to proffesionals.
do you see any blown capacitors on the pcb boards. that are puffy or bulged on the top? any fried black singes on the bottom? i assume your tester is a voltometer? if so then you can try to bypass the power button by jumping it from 2 connectors on the board with your voltometer and it should boot up or at least make a noise. if nothing happens then the power is stopping before it even hits the power switch. inwhich case the tv needs the pcb board replaced but it will probably be cheaper and easier to replace the unit as a whole.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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