The problem is on the inverter's voltage regulators. Zener diodes labeled d808/9 and npn transistors (any of 11) c3199. Also on the mainboard burnt out 12v supply to inverter. Anyone brave enough can disconnect the inverter and tv won't switch-off by itself. Funai made a gaffe in the design of several LCD tvs.
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Unsophisticated is the first word that comes to mind when describing a television like this one, making it an ideal choice for those who want something they can use to watch television but don’t care about anything else.. Without cable input, there is little hope to get the picture looking sharp and clear using an ordinary antennae. IT IS NOT DIGITAL AND RUNS ON the old RABBIT EARS.!
walmart sells a ge universal remote in the check out it is a three in one remote. for five bucks. it does everything i own. except a twenty five year old tv. it will even access the menus on my ac unit.
check it out. you may have to use the manual program mode on the thing but it will probaly work
TRY THESE STEPS >Check the buttons on the TV make sure they are clean and not sticking. >Check the Remote Control buttons and see if they are sticking >Clean the Face of the infer Red lens to the remote and the TV... clean them with a small rag or paper towel (Do Not USE Abrasives to clean any part of your Electronics) >Check the plug for any defects >Reset your tv back to it,s factory settings >And if any thing locate your user manual and find the 1-800 number
Assume that the electronics board inside the TV maybe cracked in that the electricity is NOT going to or coming from someplace important.If u know what u are doing [no offense] check to see if any of the buttons have been pushed from the outside.Sometimes difficult because they are usually s.p.s.t. [single push single throw] in other words "push on,push off".str8cowboy, ANY button that is stuck can effect the TV.
It's probably either a defective speaker, or something defective in the Audio Amplifier stages. If the set has an audio output jack, you could try plugging into a small stereo and see if that gets you by.