Question about Bush 5693D 24" TV
When you hit the remote to turn on all you get is red light flashing and a clicking sound in side tv the red light should turn green thankyou melv
I took mine to a shop. They had to unsolder a bad chip on the main board. After they replaced it with a new chip, everything worded perfectly. They told me they do quite a lot of these. Everything else works great. This set has years of life left.
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
The clicking sound inside the TV set is an indication that the power supply is working and that there is a short most likely in the sweep power supply or the horizontal output is shorted due to a bad connection on L1401, or the flyback is bad. This is not a job for the novice or a user unless you have Experience, troubleshooting solid state printed circuit boards. Call in a pro or take the set into a shop if you do not have any experience, as there is no user replaceable parts inside this set. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 11, 2007
The standby light flashing red is probably flashing a code, as sony uses this self diagnostic setup...for instance, my tv is flashing 5 quick flashes, pauses a second or so and repeats the 5 flashes...which should mean a problem with the AKB circuit (now if I could just find out what to replace). To see the diagnostic screen, Press the following buttons: Display, Channel 5, Vol Minus, ( Not plus ) then Power. This brings up a screen with a list of the problems and number of times they have occurred.
Posted on Mar 20, 2007
My mother's Zenith TV is having the same problem. It has turned back on twice now and I suggested she leave it turned on all the time. My father was an engineer and that's what he did with his TV and automobile tube radios--just never turn them off. It's a lot cheaper than buying a new TV.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Try soldering the main capacitor like a microwave has 2
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
Astar 30" LTV 3001 ....These TV's have a cooling problem that causes premature electrolytic capacitor failure. De-solder and Test all the 2200uF-25v, 3300uF-35v and 1000uF-10v caps in the power supply (center board, back of TV). Use a good LCR meter that will read 3300uF or better, Replace all bad caps with 105c rated caps. If you don't have an LCR meter, replace all the mentioned caps on the PS. If fuse on board is blown, also replace the F9222L regulator IC chip. Mounting a small cooling fan on rear of TV over the PS will help keep your new caps from failing again. This requires holes in the stand bracket and the rear of the TV, power can be supplied from a 14V source near the bottom of the PS board.
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
I have a Mitsubishi CS-32307, when you hit the on/off switch the green light comes on and the screen acts as if it is warming up but does not come on. I took it for repair they said it was the on off switch not the tube. They had it for six months claiming that the part was on back order from the company. They also stated that they had tried a few used parts but that they didn't seem to make a difference. I am a single mom of 3 and I am in school (clinical studies), I need to make this TV last for just one more year. Any subjections?
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
Hoizontal high power over votage switch
Posted on Apr 11, 2007
WoW! I have the exact problem with my Aconda ACO9383S ! It just started today! The red light stays on, while the green light intermittantly clicks on and off... I've tried unplugging the TV fvor an hour, holding the on/off button in, yadi, yadi, yada.... HELP!
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
Is it possible to turn tv on manually? if it is, problem is with remote control. if it isn't, i would bet its a problem with power supply. Get out your DMM and measure the voltages in the power supply. if it is too high, tv will not turn on.
Posted on Mar 20, 2006
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