Keeps turning off and i can't turn it on again i have to wait for 20 min. aprox
About 6 months ago i bought a "naga 37 LCD tv" from sceptre, but two month ago it began showing color stripes and after turn all black. Now some times shows the color stripes but is continuosly turning off and i can´t turn it on againg i have to wait for 20 min aprox. to see if i can turn it on again, if it doesn't work, i turn off the switch in the back wait for 20 min aprox. to see if i can turn it on again
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This is an easy fix! You have a bad "power inverter chipset" To fix this issue you will have to search google for a power inverter for this particular model of lcd. It's basically just the chip that the power cable plugs into on the lcd. More than likely it's going to be cheaper for you just to buy another t.v... Sorry. I know these T.Vs like the back of my hand. I've seen this issue with hundreds of LCDs because I work for a company that fixes them. FYI - It is not your backlight because if that is broken the monitor would not even flash. It is not your VGA because if that was busted you would not see any video. This is a very common problem with this "off-brand" of LCD. If you buy cheap, you get cheap. :(
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most lcd/led tv,s the front panel is the display you can try polishing the screen with very fine abrasive like jewelers rouge or your local car dealer sell plastic polish to remove scratches from plastic headlamp lenses if not its a new display a new tv is poss a better option. i have used silver polish to rejuvinate car headlamp lenses to good effect
Have you tried any other monitor connected to your computer since your current problem? Check your connections, make sure your VGA cable/DVI cable are in good condition. If none of that works try to RMA it to sceptre if your still within the 1 year period.
I had the exact same issue. I bought a new tv for my family room and moved the Sceptre to a seldom used location. When I did turn the Sceptre on after a couple of months, it was good as new. The dark areas disappeared completely
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My 3 year Sceptre 27" died. Local TV tech said it was the power module. Charged $25 for the diagnosis and wanted $190 to fix it. Took it home, popped the screws and the module almost fell out. It's a simple plug'n'play!!! Found a new module on eBay for $65 shipping included.
I just got a 42" komodo by Sceptre, same problem, except "SCEPTRE" showed on the screen. I was sent a USB key program to insert in the service slot in the back and it reflashes the bios. This is old news for you but maybe new for someone?