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Re: hit by lighting
Chances are it fried the power supply module. you can get the part at a repair store mostimes the module just plugs in the main board, but it too could be a soldered connection........please rate this...
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The TV has been spiked by a power surge. You could try to unplug it for several hours to see if it will reset. If this does not fix it then the problem is major, requring a new power board and possibly both sustain boards needing to be replaced. This is also very expensive about $600. If you have home insurance make a claim for FUSION. At least the parts will be paid for
Get the servbice person to actually write fusion damage on the receipt
Any malfunction associated with a flashing light usually indicates a
circuit problem or defective component. Unfortunately, the days of
taking off the back cover of your TV and replacing a defective tube or
fuse are long gone. Proper servicing will require troubleshooting
procedures that can only be performed by a qualified electronic repair
facility or professional television repair person. Ask for an estimate
and a realistic appraisal of whether the set can be adequately fixed.
Depending on the age and condition of your TV it may not be cost
effective to repair.
your closed caption is on, this might be set on the cable box or the tv, look in the audio or set menu. If you dont have the remotr you should be able to navigate the menu on the tv with the onset controls
I had a friend that had the exact same problem! We did use a remote to turn the tv on and then it was a matter of setting up the menu settings. It was trial and error, but it was worth it. As far as getting the power button replaced, I would recommend call and ask a TV repair person - but the remote worked just fine for my friend.
This TV has a common problem. I've found dozens of owners with the same complaint. See the following blog for a simple fix for your set. I tried it and it worked and I spent under 2 bucks to fix it myself at home!
Taking the tv to a local repair shop is probably much cheaper than having an engineer call at your house, though some self employed guys don't charge call-out. Try your local classified directory.
It might be as simple as a fuse. You should be able to check that for yourself or engage a handy neighbour. You should be able to download a manual from the manufacturer's website or just try a google search.
Whether it is a lost cause or not is not really predictable.
Is it possible that the input to the TV is still good including cables and cable box or anything? If another TV works from the same input then it may be the TV settings like AV/video rather than TV channels. Check all this out. I hope it is something simple as that. Good Luck.
yes there should be a samll board that has the supply module on it it's the one with the direct link to the chord this board has a solid state module. if it doesn't on this model it should be the one on the main board that is directly linked to the small board.