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Re: TV won't turn on.
Its a possibility that the micro could be bad BUT most likely the standby power supply or the running power supply is bad as the regulators go bad alot in these. Also i dont know if this is one of the serial #s that the horizontal output would blow out and cause this problem because of the mounting screw came loose. If your not a tv or electronic tech, there are hundreds of volts inside this puppy ,so I would recommend that you take to a pro. Good Luck
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Is the TV not doing anything, or is it not making a picture, or is it turning on then turning off? Is the power LED doing anything?What is the model number? (You might find that on a sticker on the right edge of the TV) With the answers to those questions I might be able to help, although sometimes one has to actually do some troubleshooting to come to a diagnosis.
Sorry. I haven't looked this model up, but I have your answer. I'm going to assume this unit is less than 10 to 15 years old. They no longer use, the type of volume control you think of. You can proof this out, by turned the knob left or right. It should probably have no stops, as you remember. That's because this is not a volume control, as in variable resistor. It is called a Rotary Encoder. It is basically two switches that are pushed when you turn the control to the left or right. This creates pulses(actually a high or a low) which go into the display microprocessor(one of the computers inside your unit). When the microprocessor control receiver this input, it controls another IC, called an Electronic Volume Control.
Sorry for the lengthy explanation. The issue lies with the Rotary Control. This is not an uncommon issue for any of the manufactures. This is not a DIY repair. It will require a professional Audio tech. If you need more assistance, or would like to inquire about a repair, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
in general terms it means the microprocessor in the set is locked up, you have indicated a Samsung part number but NOT a brand and model number and those are needed to know if help can be given or not.
Hi I have seen this intermittent problem before in Philips sets, and what's happened is that the Button interface to the microprocessor, or indeed the microprocessor has failed, often it is the timing crystal, or ceramic resonator that controls all the timing etc, and/or dry joints in that section, it usually costs around $150.00 to fix, however without actually examining the unit, it's impossible to actually tell. So, you need to take it in to an authorised service center and ask first and only for a "Quote" and go from there once appraised of the prospective costings.It has nothing to do with the remote at all, as related it is an internal failure. Contact a Philips head or local office and ask for a referral to an authorised service center.
I've got bad news: I don't think it is possible - period. Windows CE runs on an ARM microprocessor. And you have the exact same model netbook I'm using right now. Even if you succed installing that version of Office to an external hard drive and connect that hard drive by USB, this model number of netbook simply doesn't have to computing power (or possibly the right type of microprocessor, either). If you check the Minimum Requirements on Office Pro 2007, I think you'll see that it requires and Intel or AMD microprocessor. You and I are using an ARM propcessor :( Also, I was looking into the likelyhood of expanding the memory in this machine my wife just bought. It's a cute machine' but can not do as advertised. It keeps freezing when we log into Facebook. If I can't expand the memory, this baby is going back to the store. It'll be some little kid's first computer! Good luck!
In this case it's clear that the set has engaged a "protection" mode. If there is a defect that can actually damage the your equipment further. I suggest that you take it to a repair shop for an evaluation. You will be charged for that but it's cheaper than replacing the set.
When you unplug it and wait few moments you are resetting the on board computer to the beginning of it's program. That often works if the "computer" gets confused by spikes from PG&E. Once the "computer" is reset. In this case it's warning you that it needs some professional attention. Try the place that your purchased it from for help.
This is also a good "tip" this works with anything with a microprocessor in it. Today that's like almost everything.
yes he is right.the digital main pcb is the brain of the tv and has the microprocessor which
controls unplugging the tv and plugging it back in.you are resetting the micriprocessor which is part of the digital pcb.