Initially when the tv was working it started making a cracking noise and the infra red light started to flash on and off. The picture and sound would eventually come on and there was nothing wrong with the quality of the picture and sound. Eventually nothing would work just a clicking sound could be heard from the speakers , getting louder Thx
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Re: akai 32" lcd
The sound is a failing relay. It seems you have an issue with the power board. You may have to swap out the board to get this rectified. I recommend contacting a local service center to get this repaired.
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Turn off tv and check all connections and unplug it from power supply. make sure that everything is connected tightly on the back of tv( cables and stuff) turn it back on, if you see a red flashing light or red solid light, chances are there might be a problem on the capacitor or wirings inside it.
My Toshiba dlp 62hm116 was used for 3 months then stored for 2 years, I turned it on yesterday and it makes a loud grinding noise which I think is probably from the exhaust fan area and the picture is black except white at both vertical sides. It worked fine the last time I used it 2 years ago. Any ideas?
Tt might be the problem with he color circuit board, bring it to the
repair shop for repair, or if you can do it do re-soldering to any
visual crack at the soldered lead terminal of the components on the
circuit board and then try put on to check if the problem goes away?
I would suggest to start by measuring the voltages from the power supply to the main/back light circuitry. If the voltages are low or jumping up and down, that means a defective power supply.
If the red light is blinking, the power supply has a shorted component.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
Just a thaught, I could be wrong, maybe a problem with the power button on the remote ? It might shut the TV off, and when you do keep pressing the remote button, the red light on the TV will keep flashing like that also. Ive seen this prob on a few other blogs, so seems to be pretty common. I know I like to keep the remote pointed at the TV all the time, maybe try pointing it away for a while, just to see.