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Re: Hitachi 60ux58b projection tv
If there is no power indicator, you could have gotten lucky and only the main fuse insiude the set blew. You can unplug the TV set, take off the back of the TV. Then where the line cord comes out of the TV set and plugs into the wall, look where the line cord enters the set and look for a glass type cylinder fuse. If it is black, most likely there is a short inside the TV set. If it is not black, try replacing the fuse with ONLY the type that is stamped on the side of the fuse. If the set still does not work, or if the fuse blows again, you will need to have the set serviced by a pro. Good Luck
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It is most likely the low voltage alarm. Suggest connecting when the car is running with no load (110 volts not connected). If the alarm continues turn the unit off and on to reset.
Hope this helps?
Inverter Protection Features
• Short Circuit Protection. The inverter will automatically shut down until short is removed.
• Low Voltage Alarm. An alarm will sound when the voltage from the battery discharges to 10.5 +/- 0.5 volts DC. This is an indication that the battery needs to be recharged.
• Over Voltage Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the input exceeds 16.5 +/- 1 volt DC.
• Under Voltage Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the input is less than 10.0 +/- 0.5 volts DC.
• Overload Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the continuous draw of the equipment being operated exceeds 1200 watts or the surge draw of the equipment exceeds 2400 watts.
• Thermal Protection. The RED LED Indicator Light will illuminate and the inverter will automatically turn itself off when the circuit temperature exceeds 150° F
Power light blinking red indicates tv got internal problem and went on protection mode. Please count how many times red light blinks after 3 seconds long pause as it is an error code that has info about defective section in tv and will help me to suggest any solution to fix the issue. Thanks.
You need to
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helps in some way.
Hey booty124, According to information provided by the manufacturer, if the power indicator is blinking red and does not turn on, the system may have overheated or ventilation ducts may be blocked. It's suggested that you press the power button on the front of the console to stop the flashing, and then turn it back on after it has had a chance to cool down. You may wish to try moving the PS3 to an open, well-ventilated area and to make sure that the vents are not clogged with dust as well. Should the unit not power on after being allowed to rest for some time (and the power indicator continue to blink red), your PS3 may be encountering an electrical failure that requires service or repairs. In order to seek service, you'll probably want to give Sony a call at their toll-free hotline for further assistance: 800-345-SONY (800-345-7669). Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.