It will not stay on. But after is sets for a time, it will come on. this is speratic and we do not know when it will not come on. some of the time it will shut down by itself. The TV was purchased in 2000.
The green power light comes on for a few seconds then goes off .Its a 2000 model with low hours.
I checked the fuse. Its looked good and I giggled some things with the Tv unpluged.
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Re: green power light
This might be due to a problem related to the SMPS (Switched Mode Power Supply) overcurrent / overvoltage dectection circuitry. When an overcurrent or overvoltage condition is noted the SMPS's shutdown circuit will turn the tv off. An over current condition can and most usually is caused by a component overdriving which causes an increase in current requirements for the power supply which in turn causes the shut down of the TV set. In an overvoltage condition a component may not function as well as it should causing a high resistance and this hig resistance causes the voltages level to go up causing the over voltage detector to activate shutting down the TV set.
The best this to do would be to take the set to a shop if you do not have a background in electronics.
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Waste Ink Counter Reset due to residual ink in the ink docking station only resolution apart from replacing the printer.
Service Mode: This printer has a service mode for service-related settings and for performing test prints. The operator panel buttons are used to enter the desired service mode.
With the printer powered off (but still plunged in), hold down the "Resume Button" and press the "Power Button" and hold them both down.
While holding down the "Power Button", release the "Resume Button" and then press and release the "Resume Button" twice.
Now release the "Power Button".
The indicator light should blink in green and the printer will make some noises.
You know you are in service mode if the green light stops flashing and stays green.
Select one of the following service mode functions by pressing the "Resume Button" the specified number of times listed below.
Each time you press the "Resume Button" the light will change color to let you know the button was pressed.
1 time = Service test print.
2 times = EEPROM information print.
3 times = EEPROM initialization
(4 times = Waste ink counter resetting)
5 times = Destination settings
6 times = Print head deep cleaning
Then press the "Power Button" one time to perform selected function.
If you press the "Power Button" two times it will take you out of service mode.
To Re-iterate :
You have to be pushing down on the resume button or the printer will just turn on when you press the power button.
Hold down the Resume Button then press the Power Button and hold them both down. The light between the buttons should come on green but the printer should not turn on. If the printer turns on at this point the printer does not recognize that the Resume Button is being pressed.
While still holding the Power Button down release the Resume Button and press it again twice. At this point the green light should change colors each time the Resume Button was pressed.
Then release the Power Button and you should be in service mode.
Once in service mode if you press the power button without first pressing the resume button the printer will turn off
Remove one at a time the Y sus and Y buffer cables that go to the power board and see if the set stays on then, you may have a distorted pic, replace the board that makes the set stay on...there are some transistors on the buffer board that give issues a lot and I'd guess that's where your issue is at
It could be a setting you could have done on the "Power Saving" settings under "Screen Saver" settings, if you have Windows XP. Like "Turn off monitor after" a certain time. Even if you don't have Windows, please check the Power Save settings.