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look in back of the ac plug connector. you will see a round glass tube with silver caps on both ends.

Samsung... | 258 views | 1 helpful votes

This could be the TV's power supply, but that is just a guess, hands on testing must be done.

Element... | 402 views | 1 helpful votes

Hey there,

Disregard the previous users response, as they’re speaking out of their depth it seems. For starters you should remove the rear panel of the television, exposing the picture board and power board, you can tell the difference because the power board is where the power cord plugs in and the picture board will have HDMI ports, composite ports and various other connections. On the affected board, likely the power board, there will be a serial number identifying it. Type this number into eBay and you can find refurbished replacements. You can normally fix you television for $100 or under. Best of luck to you.

LG Televison &... | 136 views | 1 helpful votes

Look at your documentation on the television set operating instructions and see if there is a way to update the firmware or the software of the applications. If not post the make and model number of the unit here under comments

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Buy an HDMI cable and connect one end to the x 96 mini and the other end to the tv HDMI port, take note what cdmi port on the tv you used and set the cvs input to that of the location you plugged the cable into the tv. good luck

TV Box Televison... | 250 views | 1 helpful votes

Press the MUTE button on the remote control.

Samsung... | 262 views | 0 helpful votes

Contact Hisense to inquire.

Hisense... | 2,085 views | 1 helpful votes

Sounds like a power supply capacitor problem. sometimes when a TV warms up the power capacitors start "leaking"( not literally) and break down causing a low/ no voltage situation, open the back of the TV look for expanded or "bloated" capacitors, then replace same.

JVC Televison &... | 61 views | 0 helpful votes

Contact Freeview again. It is their equipment, if they can't fix it, no one can.

Or because you don't say what the problem is, you could Google

Freeview (describe the problem)

There are videos here

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