Lightning and damage information
During lightning storms, accidents can occur, such as electric shock or damage to the TV. This is known as a direct hit . When lightning strikes around an area with voltage, it is known as an indirect strike . These abnormal electrical currents and voltages can be transmitted to the TV through an electrical outlet or antenna cable and destroy the inside of the TV.
If it starts to thunder
Lightning often causes high current and high voltage flows. Since there is a risk of electric shock, it is recommended that you do not touch the antenna cables or electrical outlets from the moment it begins to thunder.
If a lightning storm is expected
Turn off the TV and unplug the power cord (electrical cord).
If you are recording on the external USB hard disk (HDD), please stop the recording first.
As long as the power cord (power cord) is disconnected, the program guide will not be updated.
Disconnect all external cables connected to the TV, such as the HDMI, LAN, and antenna cable.
After the lightning storm subsides, reconnect the HDMI, LAN, power (power cord) and antenna cables as before.
If you can’t turn on the TV after a lightning storm
If you can’t turn on the TV or the picture doesn’t appear after a lightning storm, the TV may have temporarily stopped working.
Follow the steps below to unplug the power cord (power cord) from the outlet and restart the TV after a while to see if it works properly again.
Turn off the TV.
Unplug the power cord (electrical cord) of the TV from the electrical outlet.
After about an hour, plug the power cord back into the outlet.
Turn on the TV.
If the problem is still not resolved, the product may need to be repaired.