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Hisense TV won’t turn on: 5 Fixes

Qingdao-based Hisense is among the more popular MNCs manufacturing TVs and entertainment systems for consumers, among other electronics. Hisense smart TVs are one of the most affordable ones out there. However, much like any other hardware out there,

Hisense TVs are also prone to bugs and errors. One such common error reported by people is that their Hisense TV won’t turn on. One of the primary reasons for this error is an issue with the power supply to the TV, the power supply board inside the TV or a temporary software bug that’s stopping the device from working.

If your Hisense TV won’t turn on, here we’ve discussed five quick ways to resolve the error.

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Power cycle the TV

One of the first things you should do to fix the issue is power cycle your Hisense TV.

  • Unplug the TV from the power supply.
  • Wait for about five minutes.
  • Plug the power supply back in and restart the TV.
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Reset the TV

If a simple power cycle and restart don’t help, here are a few ways you can reset the Hisense TV.

  • Unplug the TV from the power supply.
  • Wait for about 15 minutes.
  • Press and hold the power button on the TV (not the remote) and plug the TV back to the power supply.
  • Keep the power button pressed for about 60 seconds once you’ve plugged in the TV and turned it on.

If this doesn’t work, continue with the steps below.

  • Press and hold the Volume and Menu/Guide button on the remote.
  • Press and release the power button (on the TV, not the remote).

In both cases, check if a blue light appears. If it does, wait 15 seconds before releasing the Volume and Menu buttons.

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Check the power supply

Since the power supply could be one of the primary reasons you’re seeing this error, you should first connect the TV directly to the wall power supply — if you’ve got it connected to an extension cord.

You can also check if the voltage of the said wall power output matches that of the TV. A mismatch in the power output and input can also cause a short in the TV’s circuitry.

You can also check the power cord and adapter for damages and replace them if you find an issue.


Disconnect connected devices

Another reason that your HIsense TV might not be switching on is a connected network or hardware device — like a Chromecast — that might be causing an issue with the TVs booting sequence.

You can try reinserting the device once the TV turns on.


Check-in with Hisense customer support

If none of the above-mentioned fixes helped resolve the Hisense TV red light blinks two times issue, your best bet is to check and repair the power supply board of the TV or hire a professional to do that for you.

Try contacting Hisense customer support and get it repaired from an authorised place to ensure the issue doesn’t appear again.

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