I have the same problem with the ilo hd tv as most everyone else, it willl not change channels or volume. I replaced the control board, and still have the same problem. Do you have any Idea what I should try next? Is there a way to test if the board I bought was good?
I own an ILO TV that is still under the extended warranty. I've had it repaired twice since May 08 and it has failed again. Since it is still under warranty, I will send it back in to be repaired.... again. If I were you, I'd cut my losses and buy a new TV from any store except Walmart.
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The only way that I know of to eliminate this problem is to buy a new TV. My ILO TV has been repaired twice since May 08 and it went out again for the third time. The problem starts out as an intermittent problem.... You turn the TV on, the audio is fine but there's no picture, you will be unable to change the channel or volume whether you're using the remote control or the buttons on the TV.
This TV should have been recalled. Don't throw good money after bad and don't reward the manufacturer and retailer for their bad behavior, buy your next TV from a different retailer.
Unfortunately the ILO TVs aren't a good investment. If you just purchased the television, I would return it as soon as possible and purchase a more reliable and well known brand. ILO support services is almost non-existant and there are several comments on other blogs regarding the Ilo brand. I have two ILO 26" HD, which I purchased in Aug '06 and am now beginning to experience problems.
Hi! I have been through this situation on a 26" model of ILO LCD TV. I think the problem you have is the same, but could you clarify one thing for me? Is your model an ILO-3200, or is it an ILO-32HD? I suspect 32HD, because I know the problem exists on the 26HD models which are basically very similar in design and say manufactured by Initial Technologies on the back of the set. Does your unit list this manufacturer on the back? Let me know. Thanks!