Question about Olevia Televison & Video
Try plugging in another wall outlet but use a surge protector when doing so. If still no power then may be a main fuse inside the TV that has opened. If the fuse is good and still no power then there's a OVP problem on the power supply board. The TV is in self-protect-mode......to resolve this will require replacing the power supply board or fixing it. It could also be the power supply sensing a problem from another circuit and shutting its self down. This is an Olevia TV the manufacturer has shut its doors 2 years ago and no longer in existence. If you have any questions contact me :-)
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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