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T'Con board fault.
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Hello If there is no power light on the front panel of your TV, ahen you switch it On, the power supply to your tV should be troubleshooted. You haven't given its exact model number here. If so I might send some more details that may help you. Usually, power supply regulator boards fo these type of TVs will have no repair to it, and should be replaced as card basis. OK
This sounds like the motor that drive the drum has packed it in could be the capacitor or the centrifugal switch cant say with the amount of info given. I am quite sure it is with the motor as manually turning it is assisting with the start up of the motor
If this is a new Emerson flat panel lcd tv from Walmart, there is a chance that the remote just wont work. I've had problems with these Emerson's often with all dish network remotes. you can try doing a search on the remote itself though. Turn your tv on manually, then push the tv button on the remote and hold it until it flashes, then hit the tv power button on the remote, then push the up arrow button continuously (not to fast though) until the tv turns off and then push the # button (below the 9 button) and the remote should work. There are some new tvs' that these remotes just wont program. I hope yours works.
The foldover is because of a bad capacitor in the vertical circuit. Given the "new" sympotom of a dead set, I would suspect that the vertical IC has failed. This should be a relatively simple repair for a TV shop. If you wish to attempt a repair of this yourself, update this and confirm your model number and I'll post more details and instructions.
The red light blibking 6 times indicates that the power supply board has a defective or damaged area. I know this because i had the same problem...bought a damaged tv for parts and replaced the power supply board as the tv would not turn on...wokrs like a charm now.
how long have you had your tv, and what i had found out is that after replacing the power supply board my tv went out a second time but i had gotten a warranty and then another power supply board was replaced and it would not come on, for 2-3days, so everyday i would just keep on pluggin it up and one day it came back on and i havent turned the tv off yet, what i was told by the tv repair man was that i needed a picure tube, and he said sony knows these tv has alot of problems, i tried contacting sony but was given the run around, i just wont by sony products anymore as they dont stand behind there product