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Old 12-13-2016, 10:41 AM   #1
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Default Sharp LG Vizio edge led tv repair tips.

Sharp LG Vizio edge led tv repair tips.

Sharp LC60LE660U power does not turn on. Because the protection circuitry has been activated three times consecutively by edge LEDs failure. Push Vol down, channel up to reset.

Easy as 1-2-3. (for PRO only)

1. make sure the problem is Eled strips.
By push Vol down, channel up and power trick to start it, you will see the screen blink briefly. Dummy tester at post #7

2. Used 852D hotair gun change the bad LEDs. Temp: 475F air:2

3.reset again & update the TV .

Conclusion: Not knowing the TV at shutdown mode, as a module Tech am I , I ordered the all boards still not fix the TV. I am hoping someone does not make the same mistake like I did. After this lesson, I've fixed more than 10 of them.

service manual LC-52LE640U,C6400ULC-60LE640U pdf
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