Question about Proscan Televison & Video
Its more than likely a capasitor or rectifier probelm on the power supply, Youll have to get it look at by a repair shop unfortunately. Worse case senario it may be the projector thats gone and probably wont be worth fixing but Id be pretty confident its the power supply. You could google "power supply for ----------) Obviously replace the ----- with the make and model of your tv and this will give you a guide as to what the part cost and you can then have this info when you get a quote from a repair shiop and make sure they are not ripping you off with labor charges. Alternitavely buy it and get somebody you know who has electrical/Electronic experience to fit it, Its pretty straight forward.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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