My wife was watching tv whitch we brought 3 weeks ago
and the telly popped and so my wife turned the telly off then 4 to 5 hours later it went bang and smashed the inner glass even though no power was in the tv there is no damage to the out side but the shop say we dropped it, but we honestly did not can any one explain why
or what happened. as they are not going to do anything
even though we have one years insurance
please help soon
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Re: goodmans k2850t 28in
Roon I would contact the factory or mainm office at goodmans as Ive seen this problem myself first hand a long time ago with a Zenith set and maybe goodmans needs to know about this as its not only dangerous with the breaking tube but the High voltage shutdown cicuit may not be working! Whats happens is that the High voltage will climb up so high that the High voltage will arc from the yolk coil on the neck of the crt to the inside of the tube and break the tube!!!! Zenith had a recall even 10 years later as they replace tubes and a capacitor that cause this problem to happen. One more possibility is that when the set was built they over tighten the yolk and as the set heated up and up over time the neck expanded and broke the tube. Any case let us know what they do for ya. Good luck
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Tv is on every day and watches 4 to 5 hours every day?Yes,3 years now the projection lamp require replacement again and the board that call the Ballast board might require replacement too,this Ballast board only job is it to ignite the projection lamp only..
i can tell you the best way but i need to know what your using ie scart leads things like that also tell me how many scart sockets in telly and in dvd and sky and vcr after you give me this info il tell you what needs pluggging into what basing it on your telly has 2 scart if not let me know ok 1. dvd to telly via scart lead 2. then sky to vcr via scart doing it this way allows you to record sky using av channel on vcr 3. vcr to telly via scart lead then if you want your video to record normal telly channels you need to use normal arial leads in this order 1. from arial to vcr then from vcr to telly doin this allows you to record the channels you get through the arial like 1 2 3 4 5 also this way when you choose 1 or 2 or 3 on video it will record that channel allowing you to watch whatever on sky whilst recording normal telly If your telly only has one scart socket in the back then you need to buy a scart adaptor that converts one scart socket into 2 or even let me know if you understand what im telling you or if you need further help ok just let me know im going out for 2 hours but will check your reply then so hope you dont mind waiting if you need help ok
I can't say 100% but it sounds similar to the problem I had with the same model . The sleep mode in the on/off switch had gone bad and a new switch fixed the problem. It was about $42 to rtepair at my local electronics repair shop. Hope this helps.
this sympton is cause by a breakdown in the video amplifier, ABL (automatic brightness limiting) circuit, crt circuit or in the horizontal circuit and high voltage circuits. according to your experience, it seems that a certain component is already deteriorating, when it becomes hot it looses its function. probably ic, transistor, resistor or capacitor in the above circuits. but im sure its not the tube which is the most expensive of all the parts.