Question about Akai LCT2660 26 in. HD-Ready LCD Television

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Need help with TV

The LCD became harder and harder to turn on (had to keep flicking switch on base several times until it finnally catches and comes on) and now it just doesn't come on...any suggestions?

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  • solsure Nov 10, 2007

    Got hard to turn on with remote. To turn set off and back on at switch seem to help but now that does not even work. I can not get the set to show any sign of life. This set is just over a year old and has not had heavy use.

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2007

    Its a struggle to turn on my Akai lcd,i have to flicker the on/off switch about a 1,000 times to turn on the tv,and when finally it turns on the screen is divided into a bunch of squares.Please i need a real solution!

  • nissansilvia Feb 22, 2008

    where are the capacitors located at on the tv i have the same problem

  • snivelneria Mar 31, 2008

    Same excat thing happened with mine. Did anyone get it fixed?

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Same problem, same solution 70JUDGE, burned capacitors in the power board, the dude who fix it tell me that is better unplug the tv from the power, you turn off the tv but the power capacitors still working, so unplug it.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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I just got done fixing an Akai LCT2660 that had four bad capacitors on the power board.Works perfect now.Hope this helps.Thank You very much!

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Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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Take it apart and see if all the cables are seated properly, and check the panel voltages could be one of the boards

Posted on May 27, 2007

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