I plug it into a known working power source with a working coax cable, and it does not turn on at all. I had this problem for a while, but then it used to turn on, just show no picture, no matter what input I used. It used to blink green and show nothing, but now, nothing at all when I turn it on. It sucks, and I really am trying to find a way to fix this.
Side question, I bought this used, and I don't remember if I got a warranty, is there anyway to check to see if I had one through the company or anything?
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Re: No power, wont turn on
Used product may not have a warrenty , but you could check the company that made the product to see if they will help.
thats my advice on this , because from what you've told me I would deduce the problem is in the bank lamp , which contains deadly murcury if it's an LCD screen , or a defective CRT board if it's a CRT.
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In my location, this problem is usually caused by RF interference.
Based on your posting/description, you only get the "lines of colors" when "hooked up with coax or HD cables". Please try a known good DVD disc with not other (cable/HD) connections to the input side of your TV. Make sure the disconnected cables are really far from the TV. Play your DVD and powerup your HDTV. Check if problem persist.
If no, then you have RF interference which can come from a variety of sources; CB Radios, old wireless phones, two-stroke engines, electronic ballasts which piggy rides on your input cable/HD coaxial cable. It is also possible that the grounding/shielding of your cable/HD is loose, corroded or partially defective.
If yes, your best bet is to seek replacement since as you posted it is still under warranty.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turn up or should you require further information.
Good luck and kind regards.
You'll need to decide what style of antenna to use first. Once the antenna is mounted and the coax is run from the radio location to the antenna. Use a SWR meter to tune the antenna to the radio. Use ONLY 50 ohm coax not the coax used for cable TV. If you hear spark plug noise in the radio, then install a choke in series with the power wire. It's best to locate a wire in the fuse box that is only powered when the ignition switch is on or in the accessory position so the battery wont run down if you forget to turn off the radio.
you will need:
run audio cables from yourmusic source to the reciever that should work but if your music source is away from the reciever then get an rf modulator and put your music source by your reciever and the put thevideo cable from your music source to the rf modulator and tthenrun a coax cable to the tv and then run the audio cables from the music source to the input on the reciever. for example i have my direct tv box sound running through my reciever and speakers, and to have musicfrom the direct tv box going through my speakers i put the audio cables from my direct tv box into the audio input on the reciever and then the video cable into the rf modulator and then from the rf modulator i ran a coax cable to my tv then i had my sound from the direct tv box going through my reciever and the video on the tv.
plz tell me if this works :)\
First, you might want to try plugging an Ethernet cable directly into the side of the laptop to make sure a direct connection works. If that works, ensure that your wireless switch is turned on (it's usually on the side of the laptop.) Other problems could be related to your router, or your computer's wireless card. If none of the solutions above work, try resetting your router by first unplugging the power, and then the cables, and then the modem's power and coax cable. Wait a few minutes, and plug it all back in. If that doesn't work, try updating your operating system.
First thing I would do is check the power source. Try the wall outlet with a known good lamp or something, see if its working. if not use another. if it is try a different Power cable for your laptop (it is a laptop right?). If you try another known good power cable and its still not working then its likely a power supply issue with the computer, in which case you would need to get it repaired or replaced.
Your certain its not turning on and you just have no video? do you hear any beeps? sounds? windows booting? etc?
Try the power first. see where that takes you.
Hello. If everything else is working, printing and copying, unplug the printer from the power source. Check the telephone line from your phone company by unplugging the fax machine from the wall jack where it is connected to. Plug a telephone device straight to that wall jack and check for a dial tone. If there's no dial tone, contact your phone company. If there is, plug the fax machine back to that wall jack. You can also try replacing the telephone cable with a another known working cable. Plug the printer back to the power source. Check again. Hope this helps.
If you have cable from the wall without cable box, buy an RF modulator. Plug coax into one end of rf modulator, and red, white, yellow cables from an RF modulator that has a RYW OUT to the IN of the DVD player, then a RYW from OUT of dvd player to TV.
If you have a cable box, use RYW instead of coax
There are other possibilities.
RYW means Red Yellow White (better known as a Composite or A/V cable)