Model #120D CITIZEN AMERICA Computer

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Q:

How can i fix my Element 32" tv, it has no picture and only sound?

A:

Having a television not work can be frustrating as well quite a disappointment. While you are waiting for an expert to reply I have take the time to research on the issue you are experiencing and have found some information that you may find useful. I have attached a link below if you would like to take the time to view. Hope this information is helpful.

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Priscilla V -
December 24, 2010
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There is 2 possible issues that could cause this issue. A simple check would be able to be done to help decide what is wrong. 

  • When the TV is turned on does the screen go from black to gray?
    • If the TV goes from black to gray and stay gray then the LCD drive board called the T-con board would be the issue.
      • The T-con board is part of the LCD panel. Element does not sale replacement LCD panel.
    • If the TV does not turn gray at power on then there is 2 possible parts.
      • Some Element TV's have a power supply and LCD inverter board that lights up the screen. Some have a combined board with both parts.
        • If your TV has a combined board that might be the issue.
        • If your T does not have the combined board the the inverter board would be the issue, but the inverter board is part of the LCD panel. Element does not sale replacement LCD panel.
Unfortunately , the most common issue is the LCD panel and it cannot be repaired.

Please note when removing the back cover of the TV it should be unplugged prior to any work being done. You can get an electrical shock. To tell if your TV has the 2 separate board the back would have to be removed. If is does have the 2 board there would be 1 along the left side of the TV that goes from the top to the bottom. And then a power supply in the center and also a main video processing board. If the ere is no board on the left side then your TV would have the combined board.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
December 27, 2010
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i also have a element 40# tv model #40le45q. i was watching it last night and the picture just went black the sound is still there but no picture. when i turn it on the sceen goes to a lighter color just a little but no picture.i was just wondering if the same problem cold be occureing?

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john -
November 01, 2011
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John, you do have a similar problem. When the TV turns on and the screen goes from black to gray and then back to black the problem is typically the LCD panel itself. The backlight system, one of the CCFL tubes, inside the LCD panel is the problem.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
November 02, 2011
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hi dusty the screen goes to a very light grayish color with sound the screen does not go back to black just stays that grayish color until you turn it off.

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john -
November 02, 2011
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It is a slight possibility that the main board is the problem, but most likely the problem is the t-con board which is part if the LCD panel and is not a replaceable part.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
November 02, 2011
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thank you dusty for the information. i figured that it probibly was something i wasnt gonna be able to fix.but i do appreciate the information

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john -
November 02, 2011
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seems this is a common problem with the element tv. i have an element 32" flat screen,model #3200. very similiar problem,only after some time goes by my picture will come back. right before it goes out i'll get vertical line on my screen,then my picture fades out to a solid gray. is this because the t-con board is overheating? and if so can i put a small fan behind it to help cool it? i know im kinda out there with the fan idea but i just hate to toss a flat screen in the trash. especially with the money ive put into it with a full motion wall mount and surround sound.

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william -
November 18, 2011
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The problem would be the T-con board and the LCD panel itself.

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Dusty J -
Sears Technician
November 23, 2011
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HI there, I'm having a problem with my 42" Element TV model L420H1-20D. When I turn it on the screen is fine ti'll after a min, then it turns completely black. I can't turn it off by pressing the power button either. I have to unplug it to turn it off. Any suggestions on what the problem may be? Thanks

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Mel -
March 07, 2012
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Q:

What would be a current comparable model to a Kenmore dishwasher 665 16712?

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I can understand how important it is to have the right information for your dishwasher. However, there have been many changes to our dishwasher in the last 13 years. You now need to choose a color, a brand, all the feature you want to don't want, whether or not it is energy efficient, size, racks, etc. This is something that you should discuss with a knowledgeable associate, either at the store, or at our Sear.com website. As for the decibels, it's normal for dishwashers to operate between 45 and 70 decibels (dB) and the older models will be closer to the 70dBA level. High end (expensive) dishwasher run in the 45-50 dBA range while more economical dishwasher will run about 60-70 dBA. Use the chart below to help understand decibel levels.


Noise Comparison Chart;

  • Soft whisper 30dB.
  • Conversation 66dB.
  • Noisy restaurant 80dB.
  • Walk-behind Mower 107dB.
  • Car horn 120dB.


I hope this helps. Please feel free to let me know if you need further assistance. We are always here to help. Thank you for using Manage My Life.com.

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AnneJ -
Sears Technician
October 02, 2013
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What is the decibel rating of my Kenmore Ultra Wash III model number 665664991 dishwasher?

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The decibel rating of my Kenmore model number 665664991 Ultra Wash dishwasher is not available on this particular older model but I can provide you with some relevant information.

It's normal for dishwashers to operate between 45 and 70 decibels (dB) and the older models will be closer to the 70dBA level.

High end (expensive) dishwasher run in the 45-50 dBA range while more economical dishwasher will run about 60-70 dBA.

  • Use the chart below to help understand decibel levels.

Noise Comparison Chart;

  1. Soft whisper 30dB.
  2. Conversation 66dB.
  3. Noisy restaurant 80dB.
  4. Walk-behind Mower 107dB.
  5. Car horn 120dB.

I hope this information helps you shop for a replacement dishwasher.

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Maria M. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
November 13, 2009