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Unplug the TV, and leave it unplugged for abt 20 minutes,
Plug it back in, turn it on, and see if it has reset itself.
The channel and volume control memory and adjustments are on the main or motherboard

LG Televison &... | Answered 2 days ago


A universal remote will work with an older TV.
There may be some specific functions that are not available, but the basic functions will. If you have a cable box remote, you should be able to program it to turn the TV on and change the Volume,

Philips... | Answered 2 days ago


The problem could be power supply failure and you can fix it by repairing/replacing it.

Televison &... | Answered 2 days ago


I'm not sure what you have in mind but if you want to try repairing this unit. I recommend a company that my shop uses. They repair gauge clusters and stereos and other types of electronics. They are called BBC Remanufacturing Work: 886-573-2740 They have a web site and do good work. Give them a look and let me know. You may be able to repair this yourself. I just don't know what you know or what you have for tools. Your budget or what you had in mind. There may be something bent inside or a CD is stuck inside already. "Is it worth fixing" is a matter of opinion. My opinion is "No" its not worth fixing. I upgraded my sister's truck with a Pioneer AVH-1300NEX last year ($320. plus B/U camera, cables and adaptors). She still loves it. She likes Google maps (no updating), Apple Play, Spotify, and the hands free calling (clear sound in and out). Sony is another good name. Two years ago I spent $1,300. For a Kenwood eXcelon DNX893S double Din with navigation, DVD and all the goodies and I regret my choice. Not worth the money, I have trouble with the features and the hands free phone works poorly. TAKE YOUR TIME!!! There is some poorly made stereos brands out there and you don't always get what you pay for. Any questions please feel free to write back. Good Luck.

Televison &... | Answered 2 days ago


When the TV goes dark, check the back lights is still on or not.

1. If the back lights are still on, mostly the problem is the T-CON board.

2. If the back lights are off, test the 24V DC voltage, back lights on & Dim control voltage on the invert board.
a. If the 24V is not there, the problem is the main power supply,
b. If the 24V is there, also the back lights on voltage is over 3.0V DC, the Dim control voltage is over 2.8V DC, the problem is the invert board,
c. If the back light on & Dim control voltage are lost or low, the problem is the Main board.

Sony Televison &... | Answered 2 days ago


Mostly is the display panel that has a shorted buffer IC.

You may disconnect the two flax cable between the T-CON board & the display panel one by one to see that if one cable is disconnected you get a half screen or not. If it does, for sure, you have a defective LCD panel.

Samsung... | Answered 2 days ago


It is made by a kind of plastic, the function is to defuse the LED light to evenly distributed on the screen.

Samsung... | Answered 2 days ago

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