Question about Sanyo CLT2054 20 in. EDTV-Ready LCD Television
I have had my set for 2 years now and it's worked like a dream from day one, up until last night. Now when I turn it on, it stays on for a nanosecond and then shuts off, then back on then back off and so on. It's never on long enough to even press a button on the remote and when I press the power button on the remote, it won't stay off (just keeps flashing). Please help I don't want to have to buy another set just after 2 years.
I just had one of these come in today with the same flashing picture symptom. It turned out to be a bad IC on the Main board, IC802 to be exact, which had a part number of TDA15601E/N1B40 stamped on it. The bad news is that the way the board is constructed, you would need highly specialized desoldering equipment to replace said chip, which I do not have. Also, I have done a parts search with several different suppliers and found none in the US that even carried this part if I could replace it. This TV is less than 2 years old, and even the main board seems unavailable. I believe many problems like this could be avoided if people would just stick to mainstream electronic stores. I would no more think of buying electronics from a *Mart as I would a hardware store. You'll still be paying too much for the "quality" that you're getting. It also doesn't hurt to check with "Consumer Reports" before buying a fairly expensive item.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
Same F'ing thing. Mine is July 2006 and it happened over the holidays (12/2007). Soo, I paid $400 to use something for a year and a half (not even because this is just an extra that I use for karaoke). What a rip. After this...I will NEVER buy a Sanyo again. You're company SUX!
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
I'm still waiting to hear back from the people at Sanyo, but I may not need their help anymore. Here's why...I left my t.v. unplugged for a total of 9 hours -- 4 hours the first time and 5 hours the second time. When I plugged my t.v. back in it was still doing the on/off thing...I was preoccupied with something else so I just left it like that for a while...maybe an hour or so, I'm not really sure. Anyway, it seems by letting it just sit there seizuring on and off that something worked itself out because the picture came back and now everything seems fine. At least for now. Maybe this will work for you too. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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