Worked in the morning. Daughter was trying to figure out how to connect her laptop to view on tv. She plugged a cord into the service port, the tv went off, unplugged the cord, the tv came back on. Called cable company to ask about viewing internet on our tv and the tv wouldn't turn back on. If you unplug the tv and plug back in you hear it click on. The screen looks a little lighter and you can hear it like it is on, but there is no picture, sound or anything. The power light button isn't even on. You also can't turn it on or off with the power button. Nothing happens. Been told it may be the bulb. Don't know what to do next. Out of warranty.
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disconnect all the external devices connected to the computer
remove the power cord from from the computer
remove the battery from the computer
press and hold the power button for 10seconds
after that reseat the battery and plug in the power cord
turn on the laptop
the issue will be fixed
Maybe faulty power switch or its blown a fuse or the powwer supply inside the TV is kaput.
If its out of warranty get in touch with a reputable TV mechanic and ask them to come and repair it. It might be good to get a ballpark figure on how much it's going to cost.
product appears to be defective. I connected it to a working video
camera that produces an excellent picture on a standard monitor. I
looped the video from the camera through the monitor to the converter
which is connected to a new ACER LCD display. The LCD display workes
perfectly when connected to my computer. Using the converter, the
results are poor. You can see the desired picture in the background but
in the foreground there are horizontal bars that scroll vertically
through the picture. I'm returning it for an exchange - will try again.
i have a l32wd22 rca -----went out -- the plug from the power cord to the power supply [ a two prong jack on the side of power supply was loose]
i bent the pins slightly then plug it back in and also taped it in place---now it works fine
Your computer may have come with cables to do just that. If not, you have options:
For video, I would check your TV inputs to see if it has a VGA port, since that would be the easiest. You can also get VGA to RCA or S-Video converters online as well if your TV does not have a VGA port. Almost all TV's these days have RCA inputs.
For audio, you can get a headphone jack (3.5mm) to RCA converter.
If you can't find the converters at your local electronics store, just google VGA to RCA and headphone to RCA.
Once you have the necessary cables connected to your TV, your computer will recognize that it has been connected to an external video source. I'm not sure, but I think it is either key combination Fn+F6 or F7 to perform a monitor switch. You can also right-click on the desktop and select properties (or personalize in vista). Then switch to the settings tab (or Display settings in vista) and click on the alternate display.
Check the cables first that connect to your video device, are they in tightly? Test the cables on another TV to make sure they haven't gone bad, which is common. Also check the input selection on the TV to make sure it matches with the video input the cable is connected to.
We had the same issue. After turning on, nothing on the view screen and the buttons didn't work. The camera could turn on, the turn on screen and sound happened and we cold turn off (show off screen and sound)...even after changing batteries. It was like that for a week.
I found it had to do with TV connector slot. Thinking back, my daughter had been playing with the TV connector right before it stopped working. I took a small hair pin and put it in the TV connector slot, lightly wiggled it and the camera sprung back to life. I'm guessing the camera hardware was acting like it was still plugged in...hence turning off the view screen.