Strat did answer your question.
Originally Posted by Stratmando
Please do not be rude and demanding. This is a forum, not a chatroom. We do not respond immediately, so please allow time for a response. Also, we are volunteers. I do not get paid to answer your questions; no one on this site gets paid to answer your questions. So please understand that you are getting free advice.
You also never did answer my question about your level of knowledge with electronics. Have you used a soldering iron before? Do you know how to use a multimeter? I'm guessing not, since if you did, you would already attempt to fix your TV.
I cannot stress enough that I do not recommend opening your TV up yourself and attempting repair without training. If you don't know what you're doing, don't even attempt repair on the TV yourself. Your best bet is to take it somewhere for repair. But in most cases, it will cost you just as much to repair it, as it would to purchase a new TV. Keep in mind that if you have it repaired, you will only get a 30-90 day warranty on that specific repair, whereas a new TV will come with at least a 1 year warranty.
And lastly, please do not rate people's replies as unhelpful unless they state something that is factually incorrect. And especially do not rate them as unhelpful when they are asking for more information. You cannot expect help with a product if you don't even provide model information (knowing that you have an Orion TV doesn't even tell us what kind
of TV it is without the model number).