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Proton 32, most plasma and lcd TV's have internal boards a few control the stability or video display these secondary boards are controlled by a main board. if your having sound or tv function issues the main board may be defective. is it worth fixing? that depends on the service center and what they are estimating it to cost. it is repairable by replacing the main board and that's if your screen itself is not the factor yet also consider the price for the repair vs. the price of a new set. you can get this part at auction sites or buy it online and repair it yourself or with a someone who understands electronics that would save you some cash. best regards..
Shelisha, may be you have too many programs to start with. That slows you down. Also extensions take time too. Try cleaning up and keep most used. Rest can go into a folder. Clean registry and clutter. I use advanced uninstaller pro. Have you defragmented the hard drive(s).
Some of these sets had a stupid feature. In the customer menu look for something called quick start.
The way you can tell if it is engaged is when you turn the set off the lamp dims but does not go out and the fans stay on all the time, clearly this feature was meant to speed up the turn on time but with it engaged when you turn the set off the lamp is still hot, if you turn it off and try to turn back on it will not function for fifteen or twenty minutes.
If you get the set to come on watch the lamp from the back and then turn the set off, does the lamp just dim down or go off? Lamp fan should run for a maximum of five minutes to cool lamp off, if it does not shut off and lamp only dims down look in the customer menu for quick start and deselect it, it is DEFAULT setting if set was unplugged.
These sets with this feature had problems where the lamp did not last two years.
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It seems that your unit has some sort of Thermal fault, either in the main circuitry or the Power Supply Unit, PSU. In all probability it WILL get worse and fail completely.
You need to take the unit to a reputable service centre/man and ask for a firm "Quote" for the work to be done.
The single line means that the vertical deflection doesn't work. And since it is working when you kick the tv or has warmed it's clearly a bad connection - open the case and reseat the wires going to the tube coil.
Check the EGR valve. If this valve stays open all the time like it sounds like it is you will have all these problems you are talking about, also with the glowing of the intake would make even more since
I also have this problem Ihave replaced the igniter twice this helps some for a while I AM GETTNG READY to order my third one. had dealer replace once they had no answer cut lighting time from fifteen to twenty minutes to maybe five