Well the tv has been great, up until we had a bad electrical storm and came home that night from work, turned it on and nothing.The power light just blinks and the bulb light flashes. So the question is did it just blow the bulb?
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
I'm fixing a tv with this same problem. I think its the glass / flourecsent bulb, all my boards are good and clean no burn marks and no fuse issue. Also i checked all my capacitors, I all ready broke the glass trying to remove it so i don't recommend that but after i replace it , if it works i will let you know. but the bulb/glass is only thing that makes sense if everything has power and it hasn't been in a electric storm. and the bulb/glass is soldered with cables and that has to be where the light comes from.
well 4 year Tv's are just that now and unless its Digital it may not be worth the money to repair. Lightning spikes have killed off the ppwer supply box inside. The cost of replacement is $100-$150 ( if you can get one for this model) + 2 hrs minimum fitting at $90 hour. + your transport of this to a repairer.So it may be time to see that your next and new TV is connected to an anti spike power board and when not in use or a storm is imminent unplug it anyway
is there fuel at the fuel rail it may be your fuel pump but that is just a maybe
i can help you with your electrical draw problem though; with the batter charged remove the negative cable at the battery, place a test light between the battery and the negative cable if there is an electical draw the test light should be lit, then go to your fuse box and start removing fuse by fuse until the test light goes off then you know what is drawing electricity most of the times its a stuck door switch that no longer switches the dome lights off or small lights under the dash and stuff like that good luck
you most likley blew a fuse . take it to a repair shop it you live in an area that has lot's of storm activitey you might want to look in to getting serg protection on your elect panel to save repairing other thing's in your home. thank you please rate mee