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Why does my plasma screen turn itself on after I turn it off?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 16:28:48    Popularity:     

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Normally, when I turn my Vizio plasma screen off, the light at the corner flashes between green and orange until it stops at orange to show that it's on standby. Sometimes, it will flash for a few seconds and then stay on green before it clicks back o

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Either "contact bounce",
a common problem with switches,
or a stuck button.

It could also be caused by a failing capacitor or semiconductor inside the TV,
or by infrared rays from sunshine or a lamp that shines into the IR detector window on the TV.

If you have another device that is connected through HDMI cables such as a game machine or DVD player it may be triggering the CEC feature or sync control...In early devises that used HDMI the feature had not been perfected yet and often behaved unintentionally turning on devises when not needed even if disabled.Or the opposite would also be true often not working properly as intended..Or it would only work with same brand product...Newer HDMI products usually work better and also have a way of enabling and disabling the feature which is not always the case for older product....The best way to combat this is to make sure all HDMI connected components are turned off before the TV is turned off....Even the order in which you turn on and off components can effect its function...So often with older product you had to turn the DVD off first then the TV or The game machine then the DVD player then the TV If you reversed the sequence or did it in a different order it would trigger auto turn on some how.Also doing updates would often change the order needed...or would modify the results.

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maybe the push-button in back of the power button jammed ....
http://www.gravitech.us/mipubusw2qt4.htm...
maybe a cold soldering on the power supply board ...
http://ahdesign.us/blog/williams-system-...
see the red squares ...



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