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Re: will not turn on?
You problem is in the power supply. I am an authorized tech for Sanyo, and in the Chattanooga TN
area. Contact Sanyo at 1-800-877-5036. At the prompt hit the 0 key, and
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keep it unplugged for about 30 minutes to reset the tv. then try again. also you may have simply blown a fuse inside the tv. open up the back panel right where the plug connect there will be a fuse. if its blown just replace it. if its not blown and the 30 minutes dont work. its not worth finding a power supply (i looked and cannot find one anywhere) and if you do i have seen power supplies for other tvs upwards of a couple hundred you can easily buy a 37 in 1080p tv know for around 350
Targa 32" LCT TV, No picture/ sound only can hear clicking sound from Kisan KP-301R Power supply board. Have checked output voltages and they are a little out i.e. 16v instead of 17.5v and 10.5v instead of 12v.
Has SAMWHA capacitors but cannot see any bulging or leakage anywhere like other users have suffered so dont know if changing all the caps will solve the issue.
Before it finally went dead LCD TV would switch itself off after some time and just a few days before it dies it started the clicking sound but would then start up okay.
It sounds like ze power supply blew when it was being turned off. This seems to be typical of plasmas. Bad power supplys wont let the tv come on and will result in no lights coming on. Since there R no lights coming on, I would suspect the power supply first, followed by the power control board,. and circuit board. It may cost anywhere from $250 to $500 to fix.
There is no difference between a 125v and 250v fuse. The most important thing is the 2Amp. This fuse is probably the line fuse and could be the only trouble and may have blow with a line surge. Make sure the 2A you use is a Fast Blow Type. If it does blow again you most likely have a internal power supply failure.
on the back of the TV where the power cord plugs into the back of the tv there is a small black on/off switch- it's not as obvious as you would think.... but that was turned off. Not sure how that happened since the back of the Tv was never touched when it went dead- but I unplugged the cord from the back of the tv and from the outlet and reset that switch and it worked.
This usually means that the TV was last shutoff by using the sleep timer. When that happens it usually needs to be turned on and off 2 or 3 times, or try using the main power button on the tv or simply unplugging it. A full reset probably wouldn't hurt either.
I had the same problem and called the company. They suggested this solution and to my amazement... it worked!
Turn off the TV manually (don't use the remote). Unplud the TV from power supply. Wait 1/2 hour. Then replug and turn it on manually. It should take care of it by resetting to factory settings.
You will have to redo any color, hue, brightness, etc adjustments.