TV will not turn on. ¶ 

The television will not produce a picture or display any lights.

The outlet or power strip is defective. ¶ 

Check if power outlet or power strip is defective and make sure the device is plugged in. Connect the TV directly to a wall outlet if it is connected through a power strip.

Power cord is damaged ¶ 

Check the power cord for any defects or signs of wear that might explain lack of power. Replace the cord if necessary.

Bad Lamp ¶ 

Lamps often burn out after extended use. Check the lamp for any signs of blackness or soot, or if the filament is disconnected and replace if necessary. Follow this guide to replace the lamp.

*Note if lamp is defective, light will indicate, if no lights at all, mostly likely a power supply issue

Power Supply is defective ¶ 

Check the power supply for any signs of damage such as overheating, soot color, or disconnected components. Replace the power supply if necessary. Flow the guide to locate and replace the power supply. Follow this guide to replace the power supply.

White/black dots on screen ¶ 

The picture has black or white spots that do not move.

Bad DLP Chip ¶ 

Permanent black and white dots on the screen are dead pixels that can only be fixed with the replacement of the DLP chip. Follow this guide to replace the DLP chip.

Won’t receive signals from devices ¶ 

"Television will not recieve signals from devices.''

Restart television and device ¶ 

Turn the television off and unplug it from the outlet. Plug it back in and try the connection between the television and the device. If it does not fix the problem, repeat with the device, unplugging it and then restarting it. Do these tests individually to see if the problem is with the television or the device itself.

Check power supply to other device ¶ 

Try plugging in the television and device into different outlets. The problem could arise from a faulty outlet or power strip.

Defective input/output board ¶ 

If the device and television turn on but display no picture on the screen. You may need to replace I/O board if defective. Follow this guide to replace the I/O board.

Dim/uneven picture or no picture ¶ 

The screen displays a blurry or dark picture, or no picture at all (black screen).

Bad Lamp ¶ 

Lamps often burn out after extended use. Check the lamp for any signs of blackness or soot, or if the filament is disconnected and replace if necessary. Follow this guide to replace the lamp.

Bad Lamp Ballast ¶ 

If the lamp ballast is not functioning properly, it will not provide power to the lamp and therefore will not produce a picture. You may need to replace the lamp ballast. Follow this guide to replace the lamp ballast.

One Comment

Tv do not stay on .2 min later goes off it self. iS THIS MEANS BD POWER SUPPLY

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