Question about Norcent Technologies LT-2722 27 in. LCD Television
I turned on the tv yesterday only to get a single slight popping sound and then the power to the tv went off. I unplugged the unit for 30 minutes and then replugged it back in to no avail. Is there a fuse that could have shorted out and where would it be located to be replaced. Thank you
Sometimes, during a thunderstorm a computer or television or gaming console can make a popping noise and be completely fried. And other times it can be protected through a surge protector and no lightning strike it and it still makes a popping noise. I have found out both the hard way. Every so often a television (like in your example) will fry its "motherboard" and the electrical components will be shot. Unfortunately, unless you can find a wiring manual, the best thing in most cases is to just replace the television. If you find a wiring manual check to see if a wire is melted inside the components deck on the back, but please please please and I can't stress it enough, 1) consult your owner's manual or warranty to make sure you're not violating it, thus making your TV a huge paperweight, and 2) be EXTREMELY careful. Wiring is not something any person should attempt without basic knowledge of electronics. I would recommend an electrician friend or someone who knows wiring to look at it, that is if you don't.
Posted on May 01, 2007
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