Model #ZENITH ZENITH Misc Television

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Q:

Why won’t my Zenith turn on?

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According to your owner's manual, an orange led means that the lamp might have reached the end of its life and a blinking red LED means there might be something wrong with the lamp circuit. They both might be related to a lamp that needs to be replaced. If it is the temperature LED blinking red or staying orange then it is a different issue. Either way it looks like this TV needs to have the lamp worked on by a service center. You can shop around for a local shop that can work on LG projects or you can contact Sears .

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
March 18, 2010
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How do I adjust the screen on my Zenith 52 in. LCD TV?

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A LCD TV does not have a beam it has to deflect to fill a screen, so there’s usually no vertical position needed to be adjusted from the factory. I recommend you look for a picture button or aspect or screen. Make sure that the TV is not zoomed in. It’s a feature that is common on large screen HDTVs. If that is ok, then check the source you are using. I know that on my cable box made by Scientific Atlantic, if you hit the pound sign on the number pad it will cycle through zoom also. If this did not address your problem specifically, I could use the model of the TV, the model of what you are using to watch TV, and the symptom in greater detail.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
February 28, 2009
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What boards need to be replaced and how much for a Zenith 50� PV5263RK with no picture?

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If we are sure that this is a TV problem and not a signal problem, then we need to pinpoint where we are loosing the video to the screen. Unfortunately there are multiple boards in the set that can drop the signal or not draw the image on the screen. Someone is going to have to check the power supply to make sure that the voltages needed to drive the panel boards, the boards that draw the image on the panel, are present. Then you have to check the panel boards for any fuses open or cracks. If it is not the panel or one of its boards then it can be the signal board, or the board that takes the video and tells the panel to draw it. Generally there is only one board required and it can range wildly depending on the particular board. I suggest getting a better estimate of the repair cost to call a repair man for a diagnostic of the TV. These prices too range from who you use and where you live but you can shop that around and will know how much it costs just to have someone out.

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David A. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
March 25, 2009