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TOSHIBA 52L1350UC intermitent power on/off problem.When it turns ON, I have to leave it ON or disconnect the power cord. I cannot use power button manually or by remote control

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i will have to help you here sorry for the inconvenience the chat interface was not working try taking the batterys out of your remote and put them back in

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Posted on Jun 08, 2008



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We have had two of these tvs break within 2 days of purchase, in our case both times it seems to be a backlight failure. Did you wall mount your tv? If so when you take the base off it leaves a hole in the casing leaving circuitry visible. I think it's very easy to damage the ciruitry.

Posted on Nov 03, 2008

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This could be a fault with your remote control. It will need checking by a Television Technician.

You can clean the remote control yourself if you are careful. You will need a spray can of Servisol IPA 170.

  • Carefully split the remote control unit along the seal between the top and bottom of the unit.
  • Carefully notice how you then dismantle the inner components. (I lay the components out in the order I take them out of the unit).
  • In a logical order spray, clean and dry each part.
  • When you have cleaned all the components, reassemble in their reverse order of the way you dismantled the unit.
  • Fit new batteries and test the remote control.
If this fails to solve the problem, you will have to take the remote control to a Television Technician for testing.

If the remote is found to be beyond repair, visit who may be able to supply you with a replacement remote control. I trust this information will be of help to you.

Posted on Dec 04, 2008


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Remove the power cord and remove the battery. Press and hold the power button for 30 seconds... no less... Put the battery back in and plug in the power cord. Try to start it.

If it doesn't work, try again without the battery, just the power cord.

If that doesn't work neither, remove the power cord, and leave it without the battery or power for a couple hours. 3 minimum.

Put everything back and try to start it up again.

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You can try the following steps:

1. Unplug the power from the laptop and remove the battery then press the power button of the laptop for 15 seconds

2. Put the battery back in, turn on the laptop without plugging the power to the laptop (If this didn't resolve the issue)

3. Remove the battery and press the power button of the laptop for 15 seconds, after that, plug the power cord and turn on the laptop (if this didn't resolve the issue)

4. Remove the power cord and press the power button of the laptop for 15 seconds, disconnect the Hard drive and turn on the laptop (If this didn't resolve the issue) reconnec the hard drive

5. Remove the Optical Drive and turn on the laptop (If this didn't resolve the issue) reconnect the optical drive

6. Remove the memory chip, if you have 2 memory chips installed in the 2 memory slots (remove both of them) now test each one of the memory to each slots turning on the laptop. (If this didn't resolve the issue) Put the memory chip back in

7. Reseat the CPU and try to make sure that it's installed properly. Turn on the laptop and test if it's gonna work (If this didn't resolve the issue)

8. Reseat the power cords coming from the power supply of the laptop and test the laptop. (If this didn't resolve the issue)

9. Disconnect everything and just leave the CPU installed and turn on the laptop.

10. If all else fails, there's a big possibility that the problem may be with the power supply or the motherboard of the laptop.

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a. check to see if the part is loose by touching the part with your finger.
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