My son brought a Nintaus N5119A TV for his own room from his pocket money about five years ago and it has worked perfectly until last night. It has supported his Wii, Playstation and Game Cube without any problems. Last night he was watching television. He thinks he may have rolled over onto the remote (??). Now all we have is a blue screen with a red lock down in the left lower quadrant of the screen. Television will not respond to panel controls or remote control. We have turned it off, unplugged it etc. with no luck. Can anyone help? Thanks,
If you've still got that problem, I held the "display" button for about 10 seconds on the remote! Not sure if your TV has this, but it is worth a shot... hold a button (a non numeric one I suppose) for a while!
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This fault sounds like failure of the LINE OUTPUT TRANSFORMER.
It can be fixed, but may cost you around $120, possibly more if
you have to call out an engineer.
Best NOT to use the TV as it is, because it could possibly damage the system.
If you do use it, this line will become permanent and if you get the TV
fixed later, there will always be a burnt section of the screen where
the line was - so I suggest you either pay to get it fixed right
away, or consider buying a replacement.
This is a perfect example of a Television going into the protection mode. By that flashing light on the front panel it's telling you that there is an internal defect. There is no way to bypass that and it would raise safety concerns even if you could. The only solution there is to have the set diagnosed by a professional. If it's more than 10 years old replace the set. If it's less than five years old it might pay you to get a diagnosis. Between 5 and 10 years it's a gamble, you might be better off spending the money on a new TV. Toshiba is a reputable brand and there are many other choices out there.