hanna554: Thanks Uncle Creepy that helped a lot and thanks for not showing the rest of your house, duck tape, handcuffs, small human sized cages, wigs and dozens of I.D's sitting in a pile would have really freaked me out.
Paulo Gonzalez: Electrical tape did the trick with my Samsung DLP. Thanks for making this very strange video! You wouldn't happen to know the part #?
bracken harris: i have a samsung dlp tv and it turns on and works for about 20 secs and the it shuts off and all the l.e.ds blink and sometimes it turns on and makes a wierd sound and keeps restarting can you help me plz
Paul Jones: freaking freak
Bailey Lingefelt: can't that burn up the tv?
Bertha Lizasuain: THANKS FOR HELPING WITH THE FIXING OF MY TV, NOW MY KIDS HAVE THEIR TV BACK AND SO DO I, MANY THANKS .
Mickey Mantle: Perfect fix, but you need more light. Hope that's not your real voice, unless you're Freddie Krueger. Thank you.
huntz0r: Wow -- I've been having this problem for months, had no idea it might be as simple as a malfunctioning switch. Suggested improvement to this method: since the "closed" position of the switch simply shorts the two wires, I took a red (18-22 gauge) quick splice connector, fitted it over the two wires and crimped down. This defeats the switch neatly and permanently. You can then just lay or ziptie the wire somewhere out of the way.
R MCK: It didn't work for my tv. I tried taping the blue switch up and down and still the tv. switches it's self on and off every few seconds. ANYONE KNOW WHAT I CAN DO TO GET IT WORKING PLEASE?
R MCK: HE SOUNDS LIKE A ROBOT. I NEED TO TRY THIS WITH MY TV. IS IT THE BLUE SWITCH THAT YOU HAVE TO PUT TAPE ON. WILL SELLOTAPE WORK?
Andrew Bryant: Did you tape it up or down?
Alba Colon-Nieves: After replacing the bulb and still having the same issue, I stumbled into ths video, scary voice, but my tv still on...
MsASA1981: Thank you! This is soo awesome! My husband and I are so frustrated every time we watch tv. It keeps on turning off every 1-2 minutes! It's been like that for a year. At first we though it's the bulb but the pictures are so bright and nice. So while my husband is outside I tried to tinker the TV after I watch your YouTube video. I can't find our electrical tape and my husband is out so I tried to use my duct tape! Well I'm thinking it's not wire so maybe it's not fire hazard? Maybe? Coz it's only a switch? Right? So any way I put duct tape to point it down and ever since I did that it's not turning off! Whew! I am so happy! Thank you dude! P.S what's with the voice by the way? I think it's cool! ;-)
cmcgrath5035: This just fixed my daughter's hlr5067wax/xaa based on this guidance. A variant on the fix - find a piece of 28 or 30ga solid wire 3/4" long. Strip 1/4" off each end, bend into a U. Remove the two wire connector from the switch sub-assembly, use the U jumper to connect the two outer wires on the 3 wire connector. I sacrificed a random Cat5 RJ45 ethernet cable to get my piece of wire.
Ejk6699: Awesome easy fix but you owe me for a pair of trousers I deficated in due to your nightmarish bantor. Peace out Beezlebub
croosi2000: Or just pull the two wires out of the little connector which is connected to the board where the switch is installed on and connect the two wires together. My switch didn't work at all anymore. That helped me in my case.
Brown ElCamino: This video gave me a hard on.
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Eric Kilpatrick: Why do you sound like Bane from Batman, and why are you working in the dark? Turn on the damn lights! Lol, great vid!
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