The TV will stay on anywhere from 30 seconds to hours and then randomly turns off. I even brought the TV to a friends house to make sure the electronics at my house causing the problem. Please help.
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The ambient temperature might be high. Check whether the foolinf fans are working or not. If not, check out the reason for it. The TV must be placed at least 6cm away from wall, and should have sufficant ventilaation.
Finally figured out the issue with this. It's a momentary dip in voltage caused by the A/C, dryer or fridge coming on. I can reproduce this everytime by turning everything on, then starting the clothes dryer.
This solution is for the zenith 56" DLP. Unplug the tv, either from the wall socket or the TV. While the TV is unplugged hold the power button on the TV for 40 seconds. This lets the excessive power drain from the TV. If this does not work call 1-800-243-0000. This is the number for their help line. This is the fix the tech gave me and it worked right away. Hope this helps and have a great day.
No you need the remote ! and even most universals will not do that function for you either!
You can order an orignal replacment remote from www.remotes.com and that will let you access all of the tvs functions!
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First thing I would do is go back to the dude that charged you $239.oo for a non repair and have him make good! Then see what happens. It, obviously, was not the transformer and his diagnosis was incorrect. Not right for you to pay for his mistake. U paid good money for a repair and all you got was the set back with a different transformer and same issue.
Rollo, broken solder connections either in low voltage or sweep section of the board, probably in the horizontal out put area but could be anywhere. If you want to attempt the fix the board has to come out and you`ll need a bright light as well as a good magnifying glass to find the broken joints and then re-solder them, Be certain your tv`s AC cord is removed from the wall outlet before doing any soldering, good luck, BMW Rider
Is a good thing the main fuse is not open,your problem is in the power supply ,as I understand you have no indication of power(no lights,No clicks)The 5 volts that power the microprocessor might be missing,this 5 volts usually come from a regulator,this regulator should have 12 volts in one side and the 5 volts in the other,the 12 volts come from the secondary of a transformer and it has its own fusible resistor,if the resistor is open is because the regulator is shorted and it need to be replaced.This is a good place to check.Be careful when checking this parts.If you are not too familiar with tv service seek the assistance of a servicer,it should not be too expensive.
Not unless you have taken the time to learn all the safety issues concerning the HI voltage safety facts, in the repair of electronics? It sounds like your tv has a problem in the sweep/power supply circuits, and since these sets have NO user serviceable parts< its best too leave these types of repairs to a certified electronic technician. Good Luck