I plopped down last evening after a tiring day and turned on the ol’ 65” T.V….which didn’t start. And it’s only a few years old. Maybe, maybe the lamp merely needs reseating. Otherwise…waaah!
And even if it can be repaired affordably, I’m now aware of a newer Mitsubishi T.V. that costs about 20% more than the 65” did. This one.
I need an intervention, please. Talk me down to this tiny 82-incher, at least.
Does not worry me, I use a computer to watch TV, and have no TV set any more.
If it is a LG unit, you might be eligible for a settlement in the class action against them.
This only applies if this is an LCD TV, but If the sound works and the power light is coming on, try shining a flashlight at the screen- if there’s movement the likely culprit is the High-Voltage Inverter card, and the likely failed components will be the output filter capacitors.
Thanks for the help, guys. I went ahead and ordered a new T.V., but am still going to get this one fixed and passed on to the family.
Sigh. I’m so easy.