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TCL Blue Screen "No Media"
I HAVE FOUND THE ANSWER!!!! I just bought an TCL TV last night and was given the wrong remote. Screen was stuck on "no media" screen BUT I noticed that when I turn the tv on and keep pressing the menu button, the menu screen would pop up for a half second before the no media screen popped up again. So I knew it was able to access it. SO, it took a few try's and with no exact method I turned the tv on, waited til I saw the TCL logo and then simultaneously pressed the menu and channel up button repeatedly. It will open the menu for you and allow you to move between the input channels!!!! It WILL take a few tries to catch it but it worked!!! Your welcome!!!!
My blackpoint tv does not display anything when turned on it has a black screen
You can hear the sound of the show, means the TV's main board have no problem. The problem should be with its backlight inverter board. Just check it. Take a torch light, and light it on the screen, and see whether there is any picture on the background. You will see that, if the main board is OK. If so, concentrate on the backlight inverter board. It is common fault with most of the LCD TVs, irrespective of its brand. OK?
If you wish to get some details; check the sites linked here.
Faults & possible causes to LCD screen are given with illustrations. You can get an idea about the fault . Search the site by type in the Brand Name of your set, in its search bar at the right side column, and press enter. See it in Webview with mobile or by desktop. Mobile View has no search box.
For Panasonic Viera HDTV Model TC32LX60 what is code for universal remote
Nobody buys universal remotes any more. You buy an exact copy of the original. No programming, batteries in and off you go.
But if you really want to go back to the 1980s
Working Remote Control Codes For Panasonic TVs
Panasonic HDTV Codes :1140,1169,1170,1194,1233,1234,1331,1336,1410,1417,1442
My Sharp Remote Control Is Suddenly Stop Working
Ok I just dealt with the Sharp customer support for this problem.
1) You need to unplug the TV for 1 full minute and remove the batteries from your remote aswell (this will reset the system)
2) Hold the power button on the remote for 30 seconds with the batteries still out of the remote and the TV still unplugged
3) After the 30 seconds replace batteries then press every button on the remote beginning with the power button in order from left to right and top to bottom (same way you read)
4) Then plug your tv back in and try the remote again.... and the remote and TV should be back in sync.
Original Sinotec remote not working- changed
No codes needed , remove the batteries then from the top, first button , work your way down and hold each button in for 3 seconds , if a button has a dual purpose when held in ... hold it on for 3 seconds twice before moving to the next button . Once done , put the batteries back and it should work . My sinotec remote seemed to have died after having my pocket router next too it and worked perfectly after doing it .
Sony KD60X690E Won't Stay Powered On
Not sure your skill level at repairing electronics, but I will include some basics if you are able to do some soldering.I have worked on many TV's and the issue you are describing is typically one of two things.FIRST take the back off your TV have a look at the power supply look for the capacitors (I have attached a photo and the items circled in red are the main capacitors to focus on) look to see if any of them appear to be bulging. A normal capacitor has an "x" marked on the metal top - this "x" should be flat or even a bit caved in. If it is round and popping up then that capacitor should be replaced. You can check the printed uf on the side and voltage (such as 1000 uf / 50v). Then look them up/order them from a place like mouse com or digikey com. Secondly the other common issue I find is a "cold" or broken solder joint. Take the power supply out of the TV look at the back of the board with a magnifying lens or watch repair glasses. Look very closely over the solder joints for cracks or breaks. In particular focus on the solder connections of the 3 pins transistors attached to the heatsinks. (In the image I attached they are the yellow circled items but look on the back of the power supply to where these pins attach on the green bottom side).
(For some reason it seems like the attached image is showing as very low quality - here is an external like if it will allow me to link one: https://i.ibb.co/2vcRq9v/Sony-KD-60-X690-E-PSU.jpg )
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