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Check and replace damaged component/s at its horizontal scan output section circuit. Check the LOT (Line Output Transformer) too for damage. Replace the horizontal scan output transistor. Check the input voltage to LOT. If the voltage is absent check the feeder resistor; if any. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" or "Magazine" will make surf easy. Surf the site with patience. Pull up older posts.
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Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Jul 29, 2014


The flickering red light is an indication that power is low for start up. I have not repaired this particular TV. But the obvious is answer is here. Your TV is not receiving the necessary voltage for start up. You need to replace bad capacitors near the flyback transformer and the horizontal output transistor. Should be two there. Next check the capacitors near the vertical IC, you may have to replace three here. You will need an ESR meter to find these bad capacitors.Resolder any and all ICs mounted to heat sinks. Check all grounds of large resistors on the main board and check the solder grounds on the small board mounted to the back of the picture tube. Thanks for asking.....should give you a good start for repair. Show a few hands of support!

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Jan 13, 2011


(Please read all) This is a solution that will cost you $10/S&H but you can get the original remote. THEN, if it has this option, use your Universal Remote's "Learn" capability one button at a time. Or, try the "Auto code-scan" feature to try every code. I use the "Universal" brand, yes that is the brand name, model "WR7"...best remote I ever used.

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Dec 27, 2010


If you are in Nothern Ireland you will need a UHF antenna, and Republic Ireland you will need VHF and UHF antenna to recieve off the air signals.
Connect the antenna to the back of the TV. Turn the TV on, select "menu" button on your remote and slect TV from TV/Cable menu press enter, go to main menu and select channel set up menu and select auto channel button and when finished press menu button, check your user manual for details.

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


if you measuring the secondary voltage will it 's a 115 volts

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Aug 06, 2009


your tv set power chord may have been broken. or a loose outlet.

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Aug 15, 2008


Since the set turns off, I would assume it's not a hook up problem. The problem is either a bad picture tube or a bad video output amplifier. Either one is a little pricey. I just Googled this set and the cost of repair would excede the replacement cost. Hope this helps.

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Aug 15, 2008


How old is this TV?
It either has an unrepairable problem in the tube itself, or the circuit driving the green gun has a problem. If the TV is at least ten years old, I wouldn't spend any money on getting this fixed.

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Jan 06, 2008


change the audio ic it has a short within.this will restore your set to normal dont forget to make checks in that same circuit as there might be resistors,diodes or caps that had contributed to the failure of the ic.good luck.

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Aug 05, 2007


i beleive the problem of your TV is the horizontal circuit probably cold solder. if you have soldering equipment, try to resolder the circuit. but if you don't know anything about this, i suggest you bring it to a qualified person.

Toshiba 19A25... | Answered on Jan 14, 2007


What are you measuring it with? There are peak and RMS meters, I dont see that voltage being an issue especially if it is on a load

Toshiba... | Answered on Mar 30, 2020


When a DVD disc is created, it is encoded with a "Region number." The disc will only play on DVD players with the same Region number - for instance, a Region 3 disc won't play on a Region 1 player.

Region 1: U.S. and U.S. Territories, Canada
Region 2: Japan, Western Europe, Middle East, South Africa
Region 3: South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast and East Asia
Region 4: New Zealand, Australia, Pacific Islands, Mexico, Central/South America
Region 5: Russia and the former Soviet Union, Africa, Indian
subcontinent, North Korea
Region 6: China
The only way to get around the region codes, is to rip a DVD to your computer and remove the region code. Then burn the DVD to a DVD R. There are programs around on the net, but I'm not sure it is legal in all countries.

Use Google to find these programs.
A DVD player sometimes allows you to change the region code once. But it not even would allow you to switch back after you changed it once.
Region codes are a legacy from the film makers, who only allowed the DVD format after the manufacturers promised the content could be made, so not everyone in the world could play one disk (copy protection)
No commercial player is made without region limitations.

Toshiba... | Answered on Mar 27, 2020


remove screws from bottom to stand

Toshiba... | Answered on Mar 21, 2020


You can make a copy of any and all protected or copy written material.
You are allowed by law to make ONE ONLY! Upload DVD or whatever to your PC. Make an IMAGE of it on your PC then burn the IMAGE of it to disc. It will be identical to the original containing all copywrite protection. It is just like making a backup of your hard drive, being a virtual "IMAGE" of the original.

Toshiba... | Answered on Mar 14, 2020

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