I moved three weeks ago. (Professional Movers). My Toshiba was working great until before the move. One other thing was when we first hooked it up at the new home the color was off. I thought this might have been from the difference of switching from Direct Tv to Comcast cable. But it would change after it was set. Then "WHAM" no picture.
I had video and then the signal went out and the red power light started flashing on & off. Could not turn the unit off with remote of power switch. Unplugged and left it unplugged for about 15 min. Same problem when I plugged it back in.
Could the move 350 mile have caused this?
Also what kind of cost would I be looking at. This set is 4 yrs old.
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Check the circuit boards to see if any have failed. They are small cylindrical objects. If the tops of any of these are bulged instead of flat then they are bad and board will have to be replaced. Hope this helps.
With a little background electronic knowledge and luck you may be able to do it. If all selections from the menu are correct and volume is not stuck in min its generally it due to broken wires or loose connections. The speakers are in front behind the front grill. remove it and checkout wires and connections. If all these are good and speakers are okay, the repairs would require professional help. down load the manual from tech support from this site and follow the flow chart for no audio fault. You will reach apoint where its solved or you have enough leads to decide in favor of professional help.
If the shadow is off to one side then it's a convergence adjustment. If it is a blue outline it may be your blue focus. There should be focus knobs behind the speaker cover. They are usually covered by a piece of black tape. The convergence screen should have a prompt for changing the color you are controlling, possibly exit button. Toshiba has several of the older owner manuals on their site as archived models.