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My Seiki works very well but after two minutes it stops and goes into standby.

The sleep time it is off. Is there probably a circuit that can interrupt it from proper operation?

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  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2021

    Dani what is a Seiki computer, we can not guess PCs not at all , all I can do is beg , you.
    IT IS NOT A COMPUTER AT ALL IT IS A TELEVISION
    SO POST THERE. NOT COMPUTERS, THANKS.
    https://www.fixya.com/troubleshoot/seiki...

  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2021

    NOT TOLD AT ALL DOING WHAT , AS IN WHAT INPUT IS SELECTED.
    DOES THE HDTV STATIONS GO DEAD TOO?????
    USING THE ANTENNA, TUNER SET TO A GOOD STRONG STATION.
    DOES A DVD DRIVE FAIL AS INPUT.
    WE HAVE ZERO CLUES WHAT YOU ARE WATCHING
    AND IF AN INPUT GOES DEAD THE TV WILL SLEEP (FOR THE eco REASON AND BURN LCD REASONS)

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2021

    yes , yes and yes.
    yes it is bad
    yes it needs service
    and yes parts in it are bad.
    what else needs knowing well ,you have no TV service skills, spare parts, or service manual nor tools, meters scopes and other key service tools. (large list deleted)
    so what you can do is gue$$ or get it fixed.

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2021

    NO INPUT Source told.
    antenna, HDTV channel strong and clear
    DVD player, deck hdmi
    cable box, hdmi.
    a home theater , AVR? connected HDMI
    ROKU (or the like) HDMI connected, well mine goes to standby mode unused.
    and and endless list of other things HMDI, not told
    we can not see your TV nor its connections ever, unless told or photos of it all.

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What your describing sounds like an eeprom issue but it's impossible to know for sure without some voltage readings, do you have a multimeter and are you able to get the back off to get the readings? If not you could replace the main board but there is a chance it won't fix it

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  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2021
  • Dani what is a Seiki computer, we can not guess PCs not at all , all I can do is beg , you.
    IT IS NOT A COMPUTER AT ALL IT IS A TELEVISION
    SO POST THERE. NOT COMPUTERS, THANKS.
    https://www.fixya.com/troubleshoot/seiki...

  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2021
    NOT TOLD AT ALL DOING WHAT , AS IN WHAT INPUT IS SELECTED.
    DOES THE HDTV STATIONS GO DEAD TOO?????
    USING THE ANTENNA, TUNER SET TO A GOOD STRONG STATION.
    DOES A DVD DRIVE FAIL AS INPUT.
    WE HAVE ZERO CLUES WHAT YOU ARE WATCHING
    AND IF AN INPUT GOES DEAD THE TV WILL SLEEP (FOR THE eco REASON AND BURN LCD REASONS)

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2021
    yes , yes and yes.
    yes it is bad
    yes it needs service
    and yes parts in it are bad.
    what else needs knowing well ,you have no TV service skills, spare parts, or service manual nor tools, meters scopes and other key service tools. (large list deleted)
    so what you can do is gue$$ or get it fixed.

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2021
    NO INPUT Source told.
    antenna, HDTV channel strong and clear
    DVD player, deck hdmi
    cable box, hdmi.
    a home theater , AVR? connected HDMI
    ROKU (or the like) HDMI connected, well mine goes to standby mode unused.
    and and endless list of other things HMDI, not told
    we can not see your TV nor its connections ever, unless told or photos of it all
And my own advice after seeing the issues that happen when Average Joe decides to fix his own television. It follows on from 'DIY Brain Surgery for Beginners', and seldom ends well.

https://www.fixya.com/support/r29790007-repairing_own_television

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