I used the remote to turn it on one day. It made a slight noise like it was going to come on but did not. It was having no problems up to that point. We did have a power outage a few days before, but it was working after the outage. It was connected to a surge strip. The chasis # is AP411.
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Are you sure your remote is working ? Did you try using the power button on your set? IF so, then something is wrong inside you set.
Possibly a power surge got through your supressor and caused a delayed reaction failure in your power supply.
Also some other part may have just decided to fail.
You need to have a tech check it out for you.
If Ur Techy Enough You Can Open The BAck cover and check if the fuse is busted then replace it , still if you see that the fuse is fix with no sign of burned or crack , you must then see a technician for a repair job
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Are you using a remote, or try to turn on manually. If your remote does not work, it needs to be programed to your t.v. And all remotes and t.v.s have different codes. Sometimes your cable provider will help you program your remote, or reset your cable box. My remote for my cable was not programmed, so I had to read the instructions myself to get the remote to work with the cable box channels.
is the fizzing noise when the screen is really bright? if so the scan coils on the tube have come loose and need glueing down with nail varnish i know it sounds strange but it really works
if the fizzing is coming from the tv then you have whats called dry joints
and this will need to be resoldered or the tv will shut down if you can do this yourself then the best way to find them is to remove the back and turn the tv on its side turn on the tv and turn off the light you will be able to see the dry joints sparking on the baord
there is a easier way to check your remote. Open your radio on AM frequencies, you don't need to be tuned just noise is perfect, then bring your remote near the antenna and press some button. You will ear the frequency in your radio. If it works this way but not on the TV make sure to press the TV button before using it (if the remote is universal).
The first solution was to use the remote controls on the recorders and shuttle from 480p to 720p to 1080i.
The other solution was to run left and right audio cables from the output of the DVD recorder to the audio inputs of the tv. Then, go into the setup menu of the recorder and tell it not to output sound using the HDMI cable.
The first solution has to be done each time the machines are turned on for the first times of a day.
The second solution fixes the problem once and for all....