I was watching tv when i heard a noise eminate from the television. When I pressed the remote "on", the stand-by LED blinks and I hear a relay "click" sound, but the tv has no picture nor sound. No smoke. The unit has operated flawlessly for the past 8 years. The picture was perfect when the problem occured.
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Re: Stand-by LED blinks-no picture or sound
The symptom is usually caused by a breakdown in the power supply circuit. in most modern receivers (transistorized and/or ic), it may also be caused by a breakdown in the horizontal deflection circuits (hor. oscillator, pre-drive, or drive circuits). supply voltages for the tuner, video if,sound if, and vertical output are usually supplied by the horizontal output circuit. but if you doesnt know anything about these stuffs, better bring it to a qualified service tecnhician
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Your problem is most likely a fried circuit board. I always connect my good electronic to a back up battery. but your problem might have been storm or surge related, I would take it to a repair center and get an estimate.
Count the number of blinks. Now, Google your make and model with the words blink codes added to the end. This will show you links to sites that will tell you what the blink code means and the problem with your set. The blink code is the sets way of telling the service man what is wrong. From the sound of it, you have a bad capacitor.
Turn on your Toshiba TV. Press the TV button on your Sky remote control. Hold the Select and RED buttons for several seconds until the LED blinks twice then release. Press the TV button again Enter the 4 digit brand code: 0156 - the LED will blink twice Point the remote at the TV and press the Stand by button. If the television goes into Stand By press the SELECT button to store this code. If the TV does not go in to Stand by mode, press the TV button and repeat from step 6
You can try this on the remote in standby mode, meaning tv plugged in but set off. Press Display,5,vol+,power on remote.Press each button within a 1 sec interv. Next the CRT display the item being adjusted. Press 1or4 on remote to select item. 3or6 to change the data. Press Muting then Enter to write into memory. Service Reset muting green enter red. Press 8 then enter on remote to initialize. turn set off to exit. wait least 10 sec. before turning back on.