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connect your allconnectrion to television again.
Also check your power supply and earhing proper working.
Reset all settings to factory defaults.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Apr 03, 2009


If you bought your TV at Costco, you may want to call their free Concierge Service at 1-866-861-0450. They had me take it to an electronics repair facility that determined it was the AC adapter that can no longer be replaced. They then asked me to take the TV back to the Costco warehouse, where the manager gave me a reduced credit to buy a new TV. I did not have to put out any money for any of this.

Costco stands behind their electronics, much like Sears did with its merchandise a long time ago when it was a real store. I will probably only purchase electronics from Costco, because of my experience.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Mar 04, 2009


Is your tv connected to your cable box through HDMI, AV, or component?
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If its through HDMI then your cable carrier needs to load updated frimware in your box to communicate properly with your 2005 tv. The firmware loaded in your cable box needs to be "reverse compatible" for first generation HDMI from your 2005 tv. If your using AV or component hook-up and there's no sound then re-check all of your audio settings within the tv's menu. Also recheck the cable-wire your using and proper input/output ports.



ON your dvd player, is your tv connected through component, AV(rca) or HDMI?

If its through "component" then you need an extra audio cable to and from the DVD and tv.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Feb 21, 2009


You can find them here: http://www.eserviceinfo.com/equipment_mfg/Akai_2.html

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Feb 11, 2009


Inverter
power suply
CCFL assembly

One of these boards are causing this problem, we have them in stock if you need them. the tv is programmed to shut down if all circuits are not functioning properly.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Feb 11, 2009


You may need new inverters, CCFL's, or your power supply is not [providing regulated 24 volts...

Inverters
CCFL assembly
power supply

We have these Akai boards in stock if you need them.....


Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Feb 11, 2009


Call Dish and ask them is there any firmware you need for your tv....they should provide it for you.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Feb 11, 2009


the cable transition is already into the digital faze so there will be nothing extra for you to buy your tv is already setup to the digital network through your cable provider

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Feb 11, 2009


ok
akai phone number is
1- 323 281-0782

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Jan 16, 2009


call akai company give them the model number and name of tv

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Jan 16, 2009


Taking it to a TV tech is the most convenient way to avoid fatal damage to your tv.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Dec 18, 2008


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Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Dec 15, 2008


I just got done fixing an Akai LCT2660 that had four bad capacitors on the power board.Works perfect now.Hope this helps.Thank You very much!

Tyler

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Dec 03, 2008


You might have to replace the power supply on your LCD.
Check this website and ask them if they have the power adapter for your LCD.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Nov 19, 2008


This is an ancient message so you have probably long since found your problem.
There may be additional input settings to be made since it sounds like the set isn't seeing any input. If you are using the cable input on both the receiver and TV, you will have to set the TV to channel 3 or 4 to see the output of the Dish receiver.
There are three common ways to connect; via the familiar cable in/outputs, S-video with a separate audio cable, and possibly DVI. The TV's input may not search for and find the right input since many sets have a setting via their menu to force the set to look at a specific input.
It helps to have both the Dish manual and the set's manual side-by-side. 

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Nov 18, 2008


It's doubtful that the power cord is at fault; about 3/4 of all complaints regarding an inability to turn on are due to a failed main power supply; wish I had better news for you.
For a tech with a few fairly common instruments, troubleshooting this is no big problem but without some background and those couple of measurement devices, your chance of finding this problem and correcting it permanently is poor. 

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Nov 18, 2008


Most widescreen TVs use a resolution of 1366 x 768, try that and see if it works.

You will never get as good an image on a large TV as you will get on a dedicated monitor. I have never looked, but you can search the internet and see if you an find a driver for using a widescreen TV as a monitor, you never know what you might come across.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Nov 04, 2008


This is a mean problem, and I feel for anyone who has it.

This can be caused by a bad power board, a bad main board or a lcd LCD panel.

An authorized repair shop would be able to substitute the main and power boards to find the source of the fault, but you don't have that luxury.

Unless you want to risk paying for an expensive part you don't need, I would suggest you take it to an Akai repair shop.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Nov 04, 2008


This is a mean problem, and I feel for anyone who has it.

This can be caused by a bad power board, a bad main board or a lcd LCD panel.

An authorized repair shop would be able to substitute the main and power boards to find the source of the fault, but you don't have that luxury.

Unless you want to risk paying for an expensive part you don't need, I would suggest you take it to an Akai repair shop.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Nov 04, 2008


Looks like someone sold you a unit only partially working.

You may need to have the main board replaced, which is likely why the previous owner sold it.

My solution would be: Buy an inexpensive surround system and a VCR, Use the VCR as your tuner, and plug the audio output from the VCR into your surround system.

This way you will have a tuner (the VCR), and sound through the surround amplifier. You can also plug the audio output from your DVD player direct into the surround amplifier. This solution would likely run you less than half the cost of replacing the main board in the TV.

Akai LCT2060... | Answered on Nov 04, 2008

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