Question about Televison & Video
Hi,There are a number of reasons that might prevent a conventional (CRT) TV from turning on. If there is power to the set and it won't come on, there is an electronic problem. There are start up circuits inside the set, and they essentially form a "loop" of sorts. Any "break" in the loop, that is, any failed component in the loop, will prevent the set from starting up.
Some sets have an internal fuse, but very few actually do. Protection is provided by components other than a fuse, and the failure of any one of them will "kill" the set. It should be noted that some components in the set fail because others have failed. The failure of multiple components is possible because of the design of the set.
It could just be the relay that turns the set on when the remote or main power button is press.
Some sets have a circuit breaker on the back that my have tripped. May look like a little red button that you press to reset. Some set have a internal fuse. This fuse is something that needs to be replaced by a professional. If it has a breaker on the back and you set it and it works, no problem. If you reset it and it trips again, have a pro look at your set.
check those and get back to me..
Posted on May 28, 2011
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