Someone gave me a maxent mx26x3 with the same problem. I took the back cover off, and then the metal shield covering the PC board. There is a green heat sink on the main processing chip. The heat sink was not making good contact. I slightly twisted and pushed the heatsink on the the chip, and the picture stayed perfect now for 2 days. I think the heatsink will eventually need to be re-glued on with thermal expoy glue. It will be a pain to remove and clean though.
The heat sink is not the real problem i tried this fix and it worked for a week and then became worse the connectors on the chip under the heatsink become disconnected due to heat and lack of ventalition the only real fix is to re-solder those tiny connectors which can be done but is quite difficult you have to use special equipment just to see them clearly.
Sil2222 is right about the problem being in the solder joints. I have fixed several of these by using my hot air solder station. You have to put pressure downward with the handle of a screw driver while reflowing the solder and keep the pressure held until it cools. Do all four sides one side at a time. Do not allow all four sides to flow at once or the chip will shift.
After reading the other solutions I took it a step farther. By placing a small 12v fan out of a small printer or in my case an old Cisco 2900 switch. This fan was mounted into the tin shield that covers the whole board. I piggybacked onto the other fan using telephone splice connectors. I also drill small holes in the plastic back cover and now it pulls the hot air out. Now let’s see how long it will last.
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The tv probably does'nt have a fast enough refresh rate to work with games properly. It should be in the manual for the tv, the lower the number the better. I think it's 12 milliseconds on that tv. Have a look here:Response Rates.
More than probably is the LCD control board, but this one is coming with the LCD panel. Could be the main PCB too and I suggest you to call a tech for a exact diagnosys because the parts implied are very expansive.
26 inch maxent mx-26x3 and 32 inch, l2614xw02 some same parts When i hear the word static, i think snow, If while your watching tv and it looks like color snow pixels popping in and out all over the picture i did this to fix it. look at main board you see a green heat sink, left of that heat sink you see a 220 uf 16 volt capacitor that half surround by 22 uf capacitors, change the 220 uf capacitor and snow is gone. to get it off i just wiggle slowly back in forth until the old capacitor falls off, then put some fresh solder on and new capacitor on and done. use a radial electrolytic capacitor not the little metal one they had on
Maxent ,mx 26 x3 turns on for 5sc.( all white) then picture flickers and screen goes black.. green light on throughout..none of button on the remote or the tv will work expect the power .i wonder is their a way to reset the tv?
your Lcd panel has failed you will need a new panel but that company no longer in around how ever if you get the genaric number off the panel which is on a white sticker on the back of the panel best bet is take a picture of the sticker then do a google search
hope you get lucky
what kind of connection are you useing cable, dish, attena... and how do you have it connected ... direct connect from a cable box or threw a vcr also are you running coax cable or the colored audio video cables?