I recently found (in the trash) a Techview LTDR2100u LCD TV combo. I had this great idea in my head to try and get it refurbished/fixed up.. something to make it usable. I have no idea what kind of condition it's in because there's no power cord with it. Is there any company I can contact about this?
I would suggest borrowing or purchasing a power adapter to test this tv. Adapters are available from Ebay.
This company is out of business and finding parts is very difficult.
I need a pcb board for one of these and can not find one.
If any one has a non working 20" Techview that I could buy for parts please Email me. [email protected]
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This may be an instance were the idea was great but the execution wasn't thought out. I've heard of several related problems that may be related. Both the TV and the DVD player tend to produce heat, not in great abundance, but together a sizable amount of heat. The power supply may have been ample for the TV at first but with the addition of the DVD player was not able to handle the extra load. If still under warranty you're all set. If not you might call Akai and see what they might be able to do for you.
After I typed in "replacement TV remotes" into the Google searchbox, I received numerous hits. One website in particular (Remotes.com) , sells several replacement remotes for Techview TVs. Their tollfree number is 1-800-REMOTES.
The Techview company is no longer in business, which explains why it is not currently listed in the TV code booklets you used.