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Re: cleaning tv screen
Pledge has a solvent (maybe kerosene) that can damage plastics. I think it warns of use on plastic on the can.
You may be able to buff the area with a plastics polish that is used on fiberglass tubs and showers.
Try a small area first-
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U can u just used a plain white old T-shirt soke it with some water,but u will have a risk of a 50/50 chances u will could have many micro scratches on the tv LCD screen panel itself by just using a plain cotton T-shirt,because cotton fibbers have wolfen wood inside it cells structures.As u used a Micro fibers clothes clean the LCD tv screen are made out of by spacial silk worm cacoon materials.
My ILO TV has a source selection that can select where the signal input is coming from that I want to display. Do you have the sat hooked up to an HDMI input? If so try selecting that. If you do have the option of using HDMI - buy a cable and hook it up between the sat (assuming it does support hdmi) and the ILO (mine does, and it about 5 years old). This is the least problematic way to make it work. The Poodle Guy!
If you can return it, do so, otherwise the best place to start is to follow the inputs to the board to the screen.
One thing to try is unplug it for 8 hours to hard reset it and see if that makes a difference. These tvs have a history of having this problem and most likely the signal processor is at fault if nothing else looks bad.
it sounds like there is a problem with either the output on the PS3 or the input on the circuit board of the TV. I would try a reset on the PS3 first. Also make sure that there are no other video or audio cords plugged into the PS3 because this will cause the PS3 not to send the signal via the HDMI.
The best way is to buy a graphics card with HDMI output. This will dsplay your PCs desktop the way it's supposed to look, and will appear much sharper and clearer than using vga, as the output is digital to begin with. If you don't need to play the latest games, you get get one for around $30. Add a wireless mouse and keyboard and you'll be able to control everything from your armchair. You can also then use your PC to download and watch films etc from the internet..