Use something like this:
It´s strange, because the TV was working perfectly, the only problem was the main board HDMI port loose.
I took out the board, at the same time I was using a 36V power adaptator, doing other stuffs, and by mistake I "laid" the 36V cable wire on to the board (I tough :Sh$%"#, I damaged the board. Yes..Indeed, I short circuited the board).
So, the board was not connected to anything.
If the board is not compatible, is possible to cause this?
On the other hand, is possible too that the power board is damaged? Doesen´t give energy to the screen?
Regarding to the image you were trying to show me, this is what I see: http://imgur.com/a/j4Wrs
Can you try to put the link?
Once again thank you for this help you are giving me
- Problem: The Tv turns ON, but the screen is black.
- Suggestion: Flash the firmware.
Is this possible? How can I do this? I have updated already the firmware some yers ago, but always via USB mode, with a working TV. Is possible to flash the board without the screen?
Unless you are skilled to desolder bga chip and flash the entire oneNand. But here you get alsmost no support, no experienced people who could help. I personally do not think firmware flashing corrects your issue. Short circuit you laid to your board might have dammaged some electronic components and i believe thats the reason why tv does not work anymore.
But now I´m thinking that tried the TV with a short circuited board could damaged other thing (but I don´t remember if i did it.
I don´t know what can I do now.
In a dark room, I didn't see any ligth coming from the TV, but when I put the ligth in the screen I was able to see the menu (is not pluged to any device or to a antena).
What can it be the problem?
Do factory reset and check what will happen.
However, there is 1 wire that is making me confuse.
This wire connect the PSU to the inverter, in to a socket that says: High voltage.
I did some measurements to this power exit and I had no results at all, the value is 0.
I think this socket will power the inverter right?
The wire is this one marked on this image: