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I OWN A SHARP LC-32SB24U WITH A BLINKING GREEN LIGHT THAT WONT

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I OWN A SHARP LC-32SB24U WITH A BLINKING GREEN LIGHT THAT WON'T TURN ON WHAT GIVES???
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: TV
Expert:  Anthony_Infotech replied 6 years ago.

 

Hello

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Sharp tried to incorporate diagnostic software into their sets thats why you have the blinking opc/standby light its meant to give some sort of a diagnosis but its often unreliable if you go here you will see Sharps bulletin on basic troubleshooting for aqous its under D44 but covers all aqous

 

www.mediafire.com/infotechfile

 

More often than not the fault is either in priority:

 

The mainboard or the powerboard, sometimes the inverter can make the set trip too but 90% of the time its mainboard or powerboard

These boards are expensive so if you attempted to do this yourself because of the unreliability in the diagnostic software you could end up with boards you dont need, this is why most of the time a Sharp agent should carry out the work

 

1-800-BE-SHARP (237-4277)will give your nearest

 

Charges could be over $400 depending on the strategy of the agent for example if the firmware has collapsed on the mainboard and the set is taken to them it could be considerably less for a repair, as your own board wil be reflashed

 

If you need to ask more questions or need further clarification or indeed you are going to attempt repairs yourself please post back

 

Many Thanks

Anthony