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well most of the modern tv today doesnt have vertical hold anymore. this
symptom is caused by a trouble in the IC integrated circuit or the
vertical oscillator circuit. let the service guy do the job if u dont
know anything about this. good luck!
Make sure your TV is set to Cable (Manually), Then with you TV on, hold the cable button down, and keep pressing the power button, till the TV shuts off...this should set your remote to cable mode! When you turn back on, press cable button then power!
You may have to repeat the steps, for the TV to come back on, to re-program your remote!
flyback transformer is deffective (below is its picture) - if you have experience in servicing line ( electronics ) then change this particular component otherwise if you have a friend who is in servicing line ( electronics) then ask him to remove this particular component - take to electronic shop - buy same type ( equivalent will not work ) flyback transformer - below that 8 or 9 pins will be there - check whether they are same as in the old one --- then fix back to the mainboard ---- 2 or 3 knobs will be there on it ----- after switching on tv using suitable screw driver adjust those knobs slowly & carefully until you get clear picture.................. remember while adjusting knobs your hands should not touch any part of the tv .............. 100 % guarantee again your tv works normally - GUARANTEE
if it is new it should be under warranty,if not ,yes there may be a fuse inside,on the board where the plug is connected,taking it apart will void the warranty and can be dangerous .dont try this unless you have experience
You probably got some lightning through the antenna connection to the tuner input. You can try feeding it with a DVD player through the RCA jacks, setting the TV input to match the jack location on the TV. If that works, you can use an external tuner to watch TV, or you could pay to have the tuner section repaired. The repair might be a little pricey though.
The set is in protective shutdown because a problem was detected. The 5 blink code indicates that the problem circuit. In this case it is the blanking circuit. Were there any indications of problems prior to the storm? If not, I'll need to lok up this one for the specifics. Do you intend to repair this yourself?
Let me know and I'll provide the details.
For the first one, please list the model number and count the blinks. Also, can you please post each problem separately. It will get too confusing trying to address 3 sets with different but similar problems.
Sounds like a power surge likely followed the outage- or maybe you were actually hit by lightning- and since this set did not have a built-in kill-switch (circuit breaker) it could have very well caused some significant damage. Check the internal fuses, if they are blown, chances are, so is the rest of the set. For the cost of repairing something as over-reaching as this, I'd be looking for something new (And be sure to buy a quality surge protector, so this does not occur again!)