My Tatung LCD is about 10 months old. The screen went black two days ago with no previous indications. It does not have any problem with sound. I also can get a PIP display as well. Please help
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Try with that... http://www.filestube.com/3c4e959f7e53ba6703e9,g/PHILIPS-42PFL7932-LC420WU5-V2-CIRC.html
Symptom: Sound but no picture.
Cure: Master or Slave inverter is defective. It can be that the driver IC is defective or MOSF inverter transformers, or 470uF 35V C Replace driver IC BD9897FS or MOSFET's. 996500046243 IC BD9897FS 996500046242 Mosfet FDD8447L 996500046241 Zener KDZ100V
I had the same exact problem.
I removed the bulb and cleaned it. There is a small screen at the top of the bulb and it was covered with dust. Once it was cleaned I replaced the bulb and it solved the problem.
Thanks to those who posted the solutions
This isn't a permanent solution, but it has worked for me. The first time I found out about this solution was when the status light went out on my Tatung. I just left it unplugged and didn't plugged it back in for about a month and a half just to see what it would do. When the status light came back on, I knew if it ever did it again, I could try the same thing. Well, a week ago last Sunday, the status light went out again, so I just kept track of when it went out and when I plugged the power cord back in to see if the status light would come back on. Today when I plugged the power cord in, the status light came back on. That was 9 days. I don't know if it could be less than that because the last time I plugged it back in to see if the status light would come on was around last Friday. So it might have worked sooner. Anyway, this seems to work for me. I don't know what is causing it to lose power in the first place, but at least I know what to do.