I am having a problem with my Pioneer plasma TV. Out of the blue the screen stopped working. My TV is in two pieces. The plasma monitor and the box. The LED lights go from just solid red on the standby mode, to flashing red on the rec timer mode, and now are flashing back and forth between green on mode and red on standby mode. This process is happening on both the monitor and the box. Does anybody have any ideas?
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is the TV a CRT, plasma,LED or LCDCRT is a very old type which consists of a vacuum tube that has an electron gun that shoots energy at the front of the screen where pixels divide the light into 3 colours RED BLUE GREENLCD, LED and plasma are the most modern of which run in high definition. CRTs are very bulky, while the other 3 types are slim and light, if it is a CRT, drop the colours to a lower setting and it should silence it, I had to do this countless times with my computer's monitor as it is a CRT.
when switch ON it blinks 7time blue led - then switch OFF by SELF and blinks 8time blue led.
Of-course when it switch off by self the TV swap the led from blue to red but the blinking Blue led is on the Receiver (The switcher on the TV is never blinking)
Some ceiling fans have jumpers that can be moved to select a different frequency but you have to be sure both the remote and the fan receiver are set the same. Other than that, you may have to use some creative control. For example, I can turn on my TV by pointing the remote at the wall opposite the TV
first of all check out the fuse that mostly get blowned out in this problems.if the fuse is perfect then it could be the faulty capacitor issue check out on the main board with the help of the multimeter and replace the faulty ones and it should work properly.