Question about NEC Televison & Video
Hi there, if it's still covered by the warranty period it is best to let them do the repairs. If you want to troubleshoot it yourself start with determining if your wall outlet has AC output. if yes proceed with inspecting your power cord if it has open or cut wires. if it still good. also check the internal fuse if you can locate it, usually found in the power supply section. carefully check the appearance of the fuse if it has discoloration (burn) replace it with same type. these are just basic steps for inspecting the TV with dead set problem. if the problem is with the power Mosfet or bulgy capacitor seek assistance with a technician. Good day, please rate and vote.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you - would obviously be under some sort of warranty - would e pect more that 4 weeks use from a new Television - will try your advice and then "
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