Question about Televison & Video
The TV seems like it is completely dead. The indicator lights haven't come on at all, since it first went dead. When I unplugged the AC adapter I smelt an odor coming from the end of the power cord that plugs into the adapter. The TV is only 6 years old and kept in very good condition, so it seems unlikely that it would be dead. I think it may be just the AC adapter itself, but I'm not sure. Would it be possible for this TV to die this quickly, or is this probably a problem with the adapter itself?
I would start first with the adaptor as there was a smell suspect the transformer in the adaptor
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
Yes with an LCD it can be dead. The life of LCD is not nearly that of a tube TV. It depends on the hours of use. Most likely time to replace it.
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