Re: Just bought a 32" LCD HDTV from a guy, it worked...
From another post made on here, it sounds like the power supply in the TV got fried. Most likely hard to fix if not impossible. I would probably junk it, fixing power supplies are hard I know I've tried to fix pc ones and it only worked once for a little bit lol so unless you are technically inclined and handy with a soldering iron or know a buddy who is, you probably shouldn't bother.
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Great set - you were on the right track but ........
U will have to do what I did on these new sets. Google has dynamite blogs on the workings of these sets, what each board does, and what are the symptoms of a problematic board. Knowing exactly what your tv is doing and not doing you can use these guides as a wonderful way of finding out what other boards could be at fault besides just your power supply. U have nothing to lose and all to gain with the free info. Good luck.
This tv have a power supply board is the causes and the problems.Ur tv power supply board finally gave out and not supply the right voltages to the tv system anymore.That the board,where the tv power a/c cord plug into it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
Power board is detecting an 'over-or-under-voltage' condition from other circuits. Could also be high dc volt shut-down. In either case, the tv is in protection mode to stop further damage this is why it flash an error code 4 times. Each number flash intervals tells the tv-technician what area the fault may potentially be. take it back if its under warranty, or have a repair shop near you fix it.
you should be able to press ESC to exit hibernation, or remove the battery, remove the plug, press and hold the power button for 60 sec, and reinsert battery and power and turn on. when restarted, right click on desktop, click properties, and click the screen aver tab, click the power button, click advanced, and remove the check box beside enable hibernation on the "Hibernation" tab. it shouldn't do it again
I thought my printer died on me, but it turned out it was a simple paper jam. The whole printer just locked up because of a paper jam! All I had to do was open the top compartment, remove the toner and get rid of the paper jam
It sounds as though your lens is jammed. The clicking sound is likely the camera trying to open the lens and failing, then it turns itself off. Check with your manufacturer for recalls and technical bullitins. See if they will service the camera under warranty. If you cannot get it serviced economicly at the factory there are repair services on the internet who will work on your camera.
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