TV turned off by itself and now it won't turn back on
I was watching tv and all of the sudden it turned off and now it won't turn back on. Everything else that was plugged into the same outlet was still on so I know it's not a problem with the outlet, it's the tv.
power went off i had tv and other things on same surge protector everythng works but tv picture will not come up only clicks on and right back off with a buzzing noise
Re: TV turned off by itself and now it won't turn back on
If it is the lamp, it will cost you anywhere from $100-250 to fix it. Which might sound like a lot. But it's a pretty penny less than buying a brand new TV, that's for sure! The TS CL110UAA comes in at around $170-200 it looks like.
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Try unplugging from outlet for fifteen seconds. Press the power button for a few seconds "before" plugging back in. Now plug back into the wall outlet and try turning it on to see if this reset the TV's settings.
I'm not a repairman, but I do know that a lot of sudden power-offs happen due to overheating. If an electronic device gets too hot, it has a auto shut off function that kicks in. Try unplugging it for 10-30 minutes and then try it. If its plugged into a surge protector, try plugging it directly into the wall outlet.
If the red light won't come on it is not getting power.First,try plugging it in to a different outlet,or unplug one of the gadgets you know is working and plug the tv in there.You are simply switching.If you know that there is power coming from the outlet and it still won't come on then you'll have to check the cord;don't go much farther than that without expert help.
Check the electrical outlet which the tv is plugged into. Make sure nothing is loose at the outlet as well as on the back of the tv where the power cable plugs in. Another thing to try is plug a different device into that same electrical outlet and see if it turns on. If it doesn't turn on, it could be a faulty electrical outlet.If you've tried both the remote & the power button on the tv, a shot in the dark would be to change the batteries in the remote. You could always try calling their tech support at 1-800-256-2487. A last resort would be to return the tv from where you purchased it.
If the tv has nothing happening at all when you try and turn it back on including any noise, your power supply is broken. If it is still trying to turn on or does make noise, an internal component has come loose or been knocked off, most likely to your picture tube.
If still under warranty or if you have no electronic repair experience you should take the set back to the shop or to a repair person. Some of the solutions described below can be dangerous, TV's are very hazardous to service. Even when plugged out, TV's can store very high voltages.
Could be several things- a 15 cent fuse, some solder joints that fail due to expansion and contraction of the circuit boards. Hard to say.
Look for parts that look or smell burnt, might help you narrow it down.
The fact that it stopped suddenly, with no gradual deterioration makes me think that something blew, and it's a matter of replacing it. No tube damage or anything more serious, just a local fuse or cap.
let someone have a look