Having issues with turning on your Hisense TV can be a pain in the ass. Most times, all you need to fix the issue is basic troubleshooting tips. Something as little as checking the batteries in your TV remote can fix this issue. I
This post outlines some troubleshooting tips fix your Hisense TV. Most of the tips here are very basic and they are steps you can DIY at home. You don’t need any tech skill to handle any of them. If the first tip doesn’t work out, please try the other two. Either one of them will help you fix your TV issue.
Steps to Fix Hisense TV Won’t Turn On Issue
1. Check Your TV’s Power Source
A fault in the power source can be the reason your TV won’t turn on. It is possible that the power source has issues. There are two ways to check if the issue is a power source issue. First, try to plug another device in the same power source. If it powers, then the power source works perfectly. Secondly, try plugging your TV to another power source. If it turns on, then the initial power source is definitely faulty.
2. Reset Your TV
Failure to reset your TV when there is a need for it can cause the TV not to turn on when needed. To reset your TV, unplug your TV from the power supply. Wait for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Plug back to the power source and turn on your TV. In most cases, these tips alone will fix your TV to work again.
There is another way to reset your TV while turned off. Plug in the TV to power source while turned off. Hold your remote control close to your TV and press the ‘Power’ button twice. Plug back into the power source and turn on your TV.
3. Check Your TV Remote Control
The remote control can be one reason why your TV won’t turn on. First, you need to check the battery compartment to make sure the batteries are properly fixed. Ensure the place marked + on the battery is attached to the + side of the battery compartment.
Secondly, if you are using a universal remote control, make sure you have programmed the remote to your TV the right way. We will be posting a tutorial on that shortly. Note that to complete the programming steps, you need the Hisense universal remote codes.
Finally, ensure that there are no objects obstructing your remote from your TV. This can prevent your remote from working on your TV. Also, you need to hold the remote control close enough to your TV.
How To Fix Stuck TV in Picture Mode on Hisense TV
If your TV is stuck on picture mode, follow these easy tips to fix the issue. First, turn off your TV. Hold your remote control close to your TV. Press and hold the ‘Menu’ and ‘Power’ buttons simultaneously. Your TV will turn on normally and be out of the picture mode.
Hisense TV Won’t Turn On But The Red Light Is On
When the red light is on but your TV won’t turn on, it is most likely a remote control issue. Check the battery compartment to ensure the batteries are properly fixed.
The tips in this post has helps a lot of people sort out their TV issues. If any of these tips doesn’t work, it means your TV has a serious fault. The best option then is to reach out to your TV manufacturer’s customer support to book for repairs.