Blinking lights on televisions frequently indicate faults, whether minor or significant. By understanding what each blinking code represents, you may quickly narrow down the problem and discover a solution. In this article, I will explain all the Hisense TV blinking codes, their meanings, and what to do when each issue occurs.
Hisense LED and LCD televisions (including Hisense Vidaa and Android smart televisions) and Hisense Roku televisions are affected.
But, you must be sure of the exact number of times the Hisense television’s light blinks. Hence, ensure that you check it and count carefully at least twice by repeatedly turning your television off and on.
Hisense TV fault codes are shown by blinking lights, which may signal severe or minor issues. A comprehensive list of Hisense TV blinking codes is provided online for troubleshooting and fixing any problem. In addition, internet articles explain the most common Hisense TV blinking codes and how to diagnose and resolve TV problems.
BLINKING HISENSE TV WHITE LIGHT
If the white light on your Hisense television blinks once, pauses for a second, and then blinks again with no image on the screen, you have malfunctioning backlights. Either the LED strips or the LED controller should be replaced.
You can confirm a faulty backlight by shining a flashlight on the television screen. If the backlight malfunctions, you will likely notice hazy images on the screen while using the remote control, assuming your television is turned on without clear visuals.
WAYS TO MEND:
- Replace the faulty backlights, and the television should resume operation.
THE HISENSE TV RED LIGHT FLASHES TWICE
If the red light on your Hisense television blinks twice, there is a problem with the LED backlight strips or the backlight inverter board. This is a reasonably regular occurrence; change the strips.
A flashing red light on a Hisense television may indicate a faulty power supply board.
WAYS TO MEND:
- Replace the LED backlight strips or install a new inverter board for the backlight. This will resolve the issue nine times out of ten. If it does not resolve the issue, inspect the power board for blown or bulged capacitors and replace them with new capacitors of the same charge. Regardless, proceed with extreme caution, as the screen is quite fragile.
THREE TIMES THE HISENSE TV RED LIGHT BLINKS
The LED rail shutdown indicated by a Hisense television’s red light flashing three times can be triggered by an excess voltage or current due to a power surge. Several of the panel’s lamps may have been damaged in this situation.
WAYS TO MEND:
- Open the television and examine the lamps in the panel. You can use a 3V power supply (two AA batteries) to test each lamp individually. After defective items are identified, replace them. This will take longer because you must test each lamp and replace any defective ones.
- While replacing individual LEDs is far more cost-effective, the problem may reoccur as this may signal a defective batch.
- The optimal method is replacing the complete, more straightforward, superior LED strip.
SIX TIMES THE HISENSE TV RED LIGHT FLASHES
The bulb is broken if the red light on your Hisense television blinks six times. In other words, one or more LEDs in the lightbox behind the panel have burned out. The system’s shutdown function is sensitive enough to detect a defective backlight LED.
In certain instances, the television may turn on for a few seconds before quickly going black. Sometimes, you may observe a blue flashing light, followed by a black screen and six red lights on your Hisense television.
WAYS TO MEND:
- If the red light on your Hisense television blinks six times, you must carefully access the panels and replace the faulty bulbs. It is also possible to replace all the strips simultaneously, which is far simpler than replacing each separately.
- If that does not resolve the issue, replace the panel’s IR sensors.
- If the television flashes blue light initially, then turns off and flashes red light six times, you should return it if it is still under warranty. Otherwise, you may spend too much on repairs, and it might be wiser to purchase a new television.
- In addition, changing the motherboard, power board, or T-con board will not resolve this issue.
HISENSE TV RED LIGHT BLINKS 7 OR 8 TIMES
If the red light on your Hisense television blinks seven or eight times with no image, you have a backlight issue.
In certain instances, the power indicator may blink seven times, stop, and then blink three times for ten blinks. Sometimes, you may observe one slow red blink followed by seven quick red blinks. In any case, here is what you must do:
First, press the power button to turn on the TV, then observe if the sound emanates from the Hisense television. If this is the case, your backlight is undoubtedly defective.
Alternatively, you can confirm the faulty backlight by shining a flashlight on the television screen. If the backlight malfunctions, you will likely notice hazy images on the screen while using the remote control, assuming your television is turned on without clear visuals.
WAYS TO MEND:
- Open the television and disassemble the LED display. Use extreme caution to avoid injuring it.
- Access the backlight panel, examine each LED strip, then replace the bulb/strip that is faulty. Ensure that the replacement has the same values as the defective original.
- After replacing the component, reassemble the television, and you’re ready!
HISENSE TV RED LIGHT BLINKS 10 TIMES
If the red light on your Hisense television blinks ten times, it may be caused by a defective LED driver/LED strip, power board, or main board.
If it blinks ten times and the light goes out as it usually would when the television starts displaying a picture, but it does not display a picture, it may be a faulty LED driver or LED strip. In this instance, you will likely hear sound but see no images on the television.
Suppose the red light on the Hisense television begins flashing when the power button is pressed. In that case, this indicates that it is getting electricity from the main board but cannot transfer it to the portion of the television that powers it on. I
n this instance, the power supply board is defective. This may result from a defective capacitor or diode on the power supply board.
But, if the television begins blinking as soon as it is put into an electrical outlet, the problem is likely with the main board, as it is responsible for the initial turn-on command.
WAYS TO MEND:
- First, you must test all of the LED strips. Either an LED tester or a battery may be used. If all the LED strips are operational, the LED driver on the power supply board must be replaced. Also, you can replace the power supply board.
- The main board must be replaced if that does not resolve the issue. Additionally, you may always use a meter to isolate the problem with the power supply or main board.
- In addition, the boards are plug-and-play, so no soldering is required. With a screwdriver, you can open the TV, locate the problematic board, detach it via the plastic connectors on its ends, and replace it with a compatible functional board.
Intelligent TVs use blinking error codes to signal a malfunction. These Hisense TV blinking codes facilitate the troubleshooting process. Nonetheless, regardless of the issue you are experiencing, you should always try a soft reset or power cycle first.
Turn off your Hisense television and disconnect it from the wall outlet. Then, hit the TV’s power button and leave it unplugged for 30 to 60 seconds. Plug it back into the power outlet to see if it resolves the problem. Typically, a power cycle will resolve minor television power and software issues.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are Hisense TV’s codes?
Depending on the Remote type, there are 3-digit, 4-digit, and 5-digit Hisense TV codes. Hisense Roku TV codes 0073, 0178, 0780, 763, 759, 765, 10748, 11758, 535, 3851, 387, 0091, 0366, and 180 are the most common.
What does a red light flashing on my Hisense television indicate?
When a Hisense television turns red? As previously stated, Hisense televisions flash red when there is a problem. Red is often connected with error or danger. Thus, paying attention to this and immediately resolving the situation is essential. A power issue is another probable cause of a red blinking light.
How can I fix my Hisense television that will not turn on?
Ensure the power cord is correctly inserted in the rear of the Hisense television, and then try a different wall outlet. If the television still won’t turn on, unplug it, wait 60 seconds, and then plug it back in.
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