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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, was there a resolution to this? I am experiencing the same problem with LCT3285TA purchased at Radio Shack in Media, PA. Radio Shack has refused to service the unit and has put me over to Akai for the manufacturer's warranty. I'd like to know what to expect and if this problem with the Logo coming up and the unit shutting off/restarting can be easily fixed, thanks.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
If you can try it on another unit , If it still does not work, Then the most likely culprit is a bad power supply. If you know any thing about soldering replace the capacitors they are probably bad but being that these things are being built so cheap.It could also have a bad inverter. not repairable by average dude.If you open it be careful and do not attempt unless you feel comfortable with a solder Iron.Hope this can help you Good Luck. www.IrionsTVshop.com board re builders.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
SOURCE: SONY LCD GOES OFF
Try turning the tv off, then unplug the tv from the wall for at least 60secs. Plug it back in. Turn it on and see if the blinking has been reset to normal.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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