Question about Televison & Video
I have a Toshiba 3x32H60 television. We were away for the weekend and did not unplug the television. There is also a DVD player, lights etc. plugged in to the same room and socket. When we returned we found we couldn't turn the tv on, but we could turn on everything else. We were told while we were gone that we had several electrical storms. Am I to assume that's the problem? Is there anyway to fix the television if it was zapped?
If it was on a surge protected plug-in that would not have happened to you. Is your television on warranty?
Posted on Jul 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: daewoo plasma
it would be tuff to fix best bet to take local place see whatthey think free estmate at sum cool places bad ic chips in back voltage area got nailed gotta use hi end monster power strip with these so tochy on ther power
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
SOURCE: My Sony 52
Just as our modern sets can remember user settings when the AC goes off, they well may record error conditions for an extended length of time too just as our cars do.
Flash memory (used in such applications and only type used in digital cameras for example) can keep information for a very long time.
Even if not used in your set, there is surely backup provisions that can keep info handy for days and possibly weeks by using components that mimic batteries to retain even standard memory for weeks.
Most PCs have provisions for discharging this kind of circuit which then resets possible stored error conditions and returns stored values to factory conditions.
Feel lucky this time I'd say.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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