My TV shuts off after about a minute. I have attempted to cheange the battery backup in the event it was the power supply. I also tried atthing an extension cord and used another outlet across the house. It's not the picture tube, since it wroks for a min, and the sound shuts off too. It's aldo not a fuse since it goes on for a min. At least to my knowledge it's not the above issues.... Any ideas?
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I have a RCA sled 48g45rq and mine shuts off every time I hook to the internet and will shut off every time I turn the TV back on until I disconnect the internet. I know my SSID is broadcasting for sure. I can hook it up wireless or ethernet and it does the same thing freezes and shuts off it's what these TVs are known for. I wish somebody could tell me where the backup battery is to hold the information that's stored in it cuz that's what's going on is that the time doesn't stay correct and just like a computer it shuts down and doesn't work until you correct the time on it. And that's because the battery backup in the computer has gone dead. I believe that the people who built this TV and programmed it forgot about that if you know what I mean. I don't know if there is a fix for this all I know is people keep thinking that it's the internet's fault and no it is the TV
DO NOT ATTEMPT ANY REPAIRS, CALL THE FACTORY PHONE NUMBER IN THE OWNERS MANUAL AND FIND OUT WHERE TO HAVE THE TV SERVICED, IF YOU ATTEMPT ANY REPAIRS THEY WILL VOID THE FACTORY WARRANTY. THIS IS CAUSED BY AN ELECTRICAL FAULT INSIDE THE TV, IT SHUTS DOWN AS A SAFETY FEATURE TO AVOID ANY FURTHER DAMAGE.
This "Event 9" means that the UPS has has 9 events. It could be going on battery or a high input or output. Either way we can reset it. You will have to turn on the UPS. Unplug it from the wall and also unplug the battery. When all is unpluged push and hold the power button for a few seconds. This is the reset. once done hookup the batteries and plug in the ups. All should be better. Event 9 will be gone. Till next time..... When it will say "Event 10"
It sounds like it's either at the age where the batteries need to be replaced or there is a problem with a component 'Capacitor or transistor' on it. Is it still under warranty. If not - if you pull the batteries out of it you may be able to find some replacement ones on line. Place the part # of the battery in a search engine. A Good place to try is CyberPower's website also. Blessings, A/V Guy
The UPS can temporarily provide power to IT hardware in the event of a disruption to the Mains power supply. The UPS should stay powered up for long enough to enable the hardware it is protecting to be powered down in a controlled manner, before shutting off itself. The 5 minute period seems reasonable for such a task (although significantly less than the rated time), and if at any point within that period the Mains power supply comes back online, the hardware could continue to work.
I note that this particular model is supposed to provide battery power for 85 - 95 minutes. The amount of time it can supply regulated voltage for will depend upon the load placed upon it. The greater the load (in terms of current drawing devices), the shorter the amount of time that the UPS will be able to provide power.
There may be a Manufacturer Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years for this model, although labour charges will probably be made.
It's more than likely over-heating. You can try a Battery BackUp with AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulation) built-in to see if possibly your electricity isn't coming in as cleanly as it should. If that doesn't do anything different for you then you'll have to take it to either a repair shop or back to Best Buy (if it's still under warranty).
This shutting on and off~On Durabrand TV`S. If your Tv Turns Off after about 1-11/2 minutes after turning it on then you need to replace your batteries in your remote control with BRAND NEW BATTERIES or it will keep doing it. It is a real pain in the behind especially if you dont have brand new batteries handy!