It can no doubt be very frustrating to have a TV blackout with nothing on the screen.
Below are five common fixes that can often help to get a Sharp TV back up and working again
If the below fixes do not work, then a repair person will need to be called, or if possible, the TV returned.
5 Causes and Fixes Sharp TV with Black Screen and Wont Turn On
- Replace the Remote Control Batteries
- Unplug the TV and Wait 60 Seconds
- Hard Reset the TV
- Use Another Wall Outlet
- Check All the Connections
Often replacing the batteries gets it back up and working.
If you do not have any new batteries handy, the button on the TV can also be used to see if the TV will power on.
Unplug the TV from the wall and wait at least 60 seconds before plugin it back in and testing it.
Be sure to wait at least 60 seconds before plugging it back in.
This is done by unplugging the TV and holding the power button for at least 30 seconds.
After holding the button for 30 seconds, plug the TV back in and test it.
While not common wall outlets can fail and cause the TV to not get any power.
This includes the HDMI cable and power cable.
If you have another HDMI cable, it can be swapped out to see if the back screen clears.
There are users in forums who report unplugging unused HDMI cables or using another HDMI port, which helps to solve the issue.
When a Sharp TV has a black screen, there are several common causes and fixes.
The first is to be sure the remote control batteries work or use the power button on the TV to see if it powers on.
The second is to unplug it for sixty seconds and plug it back in to see if the screen lights back up.
Next is a hard reset which is done by unplugging the TV and holding the power button for 30 seconds.
Also, reset all the connections, including the HDMI cable and power cable.
Using another port for the HDMI cable also works sometimes as well as removing any unused HDMI cables.
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