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The menu button on the TV itself is bad and must be replaced ( or removed ). Alternatively the whole front button assembly can be disconnected. Just follow the wire back to the main chassis and unplug it.
there is a problem with the front control buttons. i see this quite often at the shop. the best way to deternmine this is to remove the buttons and use the remote to turn it on if it goes away then i would suggest replace the button cuicit board assembly
The first thing to check is for dry solder joints on all parts of the circuit board you are having problems with, but as for that popping sound more often than not it is caused by a faulty capacitor somewhere. Hope this helps.
Can you press the menu button on the set and see the menu? This would rule out power supply board and lamp.
If you can't get the menu screen to come up, try removing the bulb and re-installing it. When you remove it, visually check to see if it's fried. Don't touch the glass on the lamp itself, cuz if it's still good the oils on your fingers will cause it to overheat and pop.
If after you've re-installed the lamp you still get no pic, check the power supply board for a fuse. Replace with the same size if necessary. Remember, fuses blow for a reason... if it blows again, have the set serviced.
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Turn down the volume and see if you still hear it,a loud pop or snap could be high voltage call your servicer in your area ASAP
while its under warranty and have him check the high voltage circuits for a intermittenting pop or snap.And have the model # ready!! Good Luck!
Yes your fix is in the threads here, I have answered many of the question on Mits as of other sets, you have a problem with this set Shutdown at bright scenes, it is a known problem and the answer lies here on threads, just search. This keeps from having to keep repeating the same answer. Thanks, hope this helps!