Question about Mintek DTV-320D 32 in. LCD Television
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problems w/ my mintek 37 inch lcd and I have cut it off for days hoping that this will jumpstart it back to the tv mode so that we can at least get the enjoyment of watching it. The only thing it does is cut off/on the power. No other buttons work. I have called Mintek in CA and they offered no solutions except to mail the tv back.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
Be advised that Mintek Digital Inc., the company that has sold portable DVD players, DVD Flat Screen TVs has filed bankruptcy in Federal Court. What this means to consumers is that your product(s) warranties that are within your purchase date are no longer valid. Anyone purchasing any Mintek products with claims of warranties are being mislead. For further information, contact the California Attorney General's Office, the Better Business Bureau or telephone 301-986-666 or email at email@example.com to seek compensation. Remember, if you buy any Mintek product, you are buying a product that cannot be supported or warranted. You are on your own since September 9, 2007.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
I believe this unit has an external power supply (black box) attached to the cord.And it may. This is the first place to trouble shoot. This external power supply has a weak capacitor inside. When this happens, the voltage is low and the current is low. If you can test the the voltage (which will be DC) on the output of this power supply, do so.Any reading less than 12 volts indicates this is a weak power supply. Open this black box, and you may see a capacitor with a bulged top. Replace this cap with the same voltage and MFs. Good luck and thanks for asking and show a few hands of support.
Posted on Oct 27, 2010
You need to replace the main board of the TV.
The problem you describe indicates a failure in the E2PROM memory of the computer on the main board, which is something that happens more often than it should.
it is repairable at a component level, but for this TV I suppose a new main board would actually be cheaper than a repair.
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
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