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Hello, I have a Hisense 32h3e 120v 60hz 50w LED LCD tv. The indicator light is on when I plug it in (solid color, not flashing), but the screen remains blank when I hit the power button

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If the light stay solid red when our hit the power button then problem is in main board . If flashing it's in the power board . Easy thing to check first is a blown fuse they can blow simply by unplugging tv while tv is on

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SOURCE: Screen goes blank also.

The thing with removing the power from the back of the monitor and holding the Down Button down whilst plugging back in the power does work. My 19inch Monitor was having the same sort of problem. White lines would appear as I turned on the monitor. I did the hard reset on the monitor and it works! I was awed and amazed.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

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SOURCE: 57xbr2....tv turns on briefly...solid color screen for a second...then blank?

I had the same problem about a 8 months ago. I searched online and found that there is a problem with one of the color guns. They need to be replaced. I don't remember where I found the information, but there is a number or something to call for this problem. I think that my authorized sony repair man knew of the problem, there are other models that have the same problem. Anyway, sony replaced all three guns in my tv FREE of charge, and my tv was no longer under warranty. They did all repairs and fixed my tv.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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SOURCE: System won't power up

ITS BROKE - YOU HAVE TO GET IT FIXED OR THROW IT OUT. SAME THING HAPPENED TO US -UNDER WARRANTY BUT WE HAVE TO PAY THE $80 TO SHIP IT TO THEM. WHAT A FARSE.

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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SOURCE: TV won't turn off

Problem solved. I opened the configuration menu, went to Setup, More, Light Effect, changed setting from "Always" to "In Watching TV".

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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SOURCE: proview pl716s monitor will not come on

i just had this problem with my screen (proview pl716s) if you open the case and take out the power board, there are 6 470 uf capasitors bundled together and 1 220uf capasitor replace all 7 and that should fix your problem , that is what i did and it worked like a charm , oh and btw make sure before you swap your monitor from an older standard monitor to the lcd make sure the resolution is high enough becuase if it is not then the monitor will not be able to be displayd , hope that helps

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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