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Toshiba TE50T11 Chasis TAC9955 won't turn on.

I have a Toshiba TE50T11 Chasis TAC9955 that will play for a while and then turn off and the front red led will flash. The set will not come back on unless I remove the back cover and press connectors, capacitors, etc. Wiggle them and then the set will play for days even. But eventually will go back to red led on front just blinking. I can't see any pattern to the blinking. Any known loose connection issues, capacitors, etc.

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  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2008

    wont come on just blinks red light.

  • nwreeds May 25, 2009

    we have the same problem we use to just unplug it but that doesn't work now. what can we do.

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Transister for the power supply is blown need to replace it to fix the problem

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Based on the fact that when you remove the back and press on things making the set work for a while I would say that you have bad (cracked or cold) solder joints. If you can solder, disconnect power, remove the board (the one you normally have to press) and solder all the connections or at least any feed throughs, major power componnents and anything suspicious looking under magnification. If you can not solder you will need a reputable shop to look at it. Cost should not exceed $125 US. Good Luck.

Posted on Jun 19, 2007

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SOURCE: TV turns off after lightning strike

please post how many time it blinks, this does help us solve your problem.

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

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