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The picture went black but we do have sound. It
If this is a Toshiba 61A61 rear projection. First you have to determine if it has high voltage. You can find this out by looking at the end of each picture tube where the socket is to see if there is an orange glow indicating that the filaments are lit and the set has high voltage. If they are not lit then I know from experience with this set that there is a bad connection on the deflection board where the high voltage transformer is located. The HV transformer has red wires coming out of it. You will have to turn the deflection board upside down and look for the bad connection. But first just tap lightly on the deflection board with the handle of a screwdriver to confirm the bad connection. If the set comes on you will be required to solder the connection with a soldering iron and rosin core solder. Now if the orange glow is there you have bad capacitors on the hyper module. The hyper module is located to the right looking from the back and stands upright and is soldered to the main board. It will be required to unsolder and inspect the capacitors for bulging at the top. The hyper module is likely to not be available anymore. Changing the capacitors will fix the video problem
I have the Toshiba 61A61
Check all connections?Unplug,replug the cable box about an hour later let it upgrade it software.The projection lamp has not been replaced in this tv the last 1 1/2 or 2 years?The tv been on and watches at lest 4 or 5 hours a day?Yes,than the projection lamp life is over.Require a new projection lamp.
Tshow me how replace ir sensor on toshiba tv 61a61
Please find above your service and repair manual, inside it shows you everything you need to know to accomplish this.
It is NOT a difficult task. BUT you will need a soldering iron on some sub chassis. Others use a plug and Wire, and one simply unscrews the old, unplugs from the sub board and replace. Other ones are soldered to a sub board, and need to be removed with a soldering iron. Either way it's a doddle. (Easy to do)
I don't know how much experience in working on stuff like this, but it sounds like a solder run might be cracked. If you're lucky, it might be that a gang plug needs to be "exercised" by pulling off and the replacing a couple of times. You might want to try to do this - anyone with a modicum of experience in working on electronics and computers will be able to pull this off. Chances are, you'll disturb the connection to either get it to work, or to make it worse. If worse, that is actually better, as intermittent problems are expensive to have fixed.
I have a toshiba 61a61 that wont turn on but i
standby relay not latching in, may be a safety precaution due to a temp sensor or other power board protection, or the relay might just be failing !
Hope this help's as when you take it to the shop they might not charge you too much if they think you know what it might be !
Stay on power light but no light or sound
No picture, no sound and all the fuses are ok, means there are no shorted components in the circuit, more than likely the tv is not generating horizontal drive to produce and feed hv to the crt and no b+ for the audio circuit. The tv is big enough to keep and repair if you are cosidering a repair estimated around 400dlls. I think the problem would be located in the deflection board.
61A61 TV IS WILL ONLY PICK UP ONE CHANNEL #66 AND NOT CABLE INPUT
Cable companies are slowly but surely reducing the channels you can get without a digital box, which they will supply. You will need to cantact them and rent a HD cable box or converter from them that will work with your displays built-in tuner. However, if your display is HD compatible, then I would just asked your cable company for and non-DVR HD cabe box and connect it to your display with component cables....
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