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if you are not afraid to open the set, I would suggest checking the power supply capacitors!!!!!! If you are not willing to do the work yourself, it will be cheaper for you to buy a new set vs. taking it to a TV repair man. Do you have any tech savy friend?
If you have not already done so, try another power adapter. In some cases, the cord between the power rectifier/step down transformer (the part that actually plugs into the AC outlet) and the connector at the frame end, becomes kinked or broken. The connector at the frame may also have become worn and not propely connected? If a second adapter does not work then the unit is faulty. Take it to your nearest service center for repair. (it may be less expensive to purchase another digital frame?)
1. Turn the frame off. 2. Unplug the power cable from the wall outlet. 3. Remove any memory card or flash disk from the frame. 4. Connect the power cable directly to a wall outlet. 5. Turn the frame on. 6. Use a paper clip to press the button inside the pinhole on the back of the frame.
If after trying the above steps and the frame still have the same problem, then we need to send the frame in for a repair as per warranty guidelines.
Your frame will be repaired per warranty guidelines.A product is warranted for 1 year from the date-of-purchase. For an In-Warranty repair, a “Proof-of-Purchase” is required.If the repair center finds any customer induced damaged, the warranty will be voided and you will receive a notification from the repair center in such cases.
Turn power off and unplug power from computer.
Unplug printers,backup drives and speakers.
Open case and unplug power supply from the board.
plug power cord back in press the power button.
Of course nothing will happen.
unplug power cord again.
plug power supply back into the board.
plug power cord backup and press power switch.
If nothing happens unplug power cord again.
pull out your memory sticks and plug cord back in and press power button.
Of course not much will happen.
But really something is happening to your computer so continue.
Pull power cord and replace memory sticks.
replace power cord and press power switch.
Continue this pulling out pci cards one at a time until you find out what the problem might be.
Try different keyboards and mice too.