That moment when you have to turn on your TV and it does not turn on but the LED lights up of Power is wondering what happened.
Says they have to start thinking about maybe buying another TV. Let's try to find out what happened to your TV and what you can do to fix it.
It is important to remain calm as any frustration can make you unable to think smartly to solve your tv problem.
Tv does not turn on but the power led lights up
Before we get started with the days of trying to solve your TV problem. You should know that every step is important and you need to test everything before declaring her dead.
If the tv does not turn on but the power led lights up, unplug the TV from the mains for 10 minutes, then press and hold the TV's power button for 60 seconds, then plug it back in and turn on the tv.
Follow this guide and try one step at a time. Where we will list the easiest solutions first and the most complex last.
1. Turn on the tv by the TV button
Many times we tend to turn on the TV using the remote control and we forget that there is a button on the TV itself to be able to turn on the TV.
It could be that the problem is with your remote that has low batteries. So the first thing to try would be to turn on the tv by the button itself.
This button is usually on the back, bottom or side of the TV, depending on the model and brand of your TV that does not turn on.
2. Try restarting your TV
In some cases it may be necessary to try to restart your TV as some fault may prevent it from turning on. Follow the steps described below to help you.
- Unplug your TV's power cord.
- Wait at least 1 hour with the TV unplugged.
- Then press and hold the power button (on the tv, not the remote) for 60 seconds
- Keep holding the power while plugging the TV back in for another 60 seconds. Done
If it doesn't work, try this:
- Press and hold the [menu] and [vol-] buttons on your TV
- While holding the buttons, press the [power] button on the side of the TV
- Wait 10 seconds and release [menu] and [vol-]
- Wait another 30 seconds and your tv should turn back on.
Once this is done, this process will solve the problem, but if it doesn't work, continue reading our article. For other tips to try to solve the problem.
3. Check all cables
Sometimes your TV is working perfectly male some cable creeps in creating some problem that prevents your TV from displaying picture properly.
Make sure the power cord is securely routed, the HDMI cable and other cables are securely routed, and your remote's batteries are fresh.
If none of our tips above have worked, perhaps the only option you have at this point is to send the TV in for repair.
TVs have very sensitive materials, so we don't recommend trying to fix it yourself, as it could cost you all your money.