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I have new LCD TV 32LG5000 I want to setup picture mode from vivid to standard, cinema, sport etc mode but after while the tv reseting the picture mode back to vivid mode. I tried setup everything what is possible but unfortunately the tv still reseting the mode to vivid. Can you please help me?

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SOURCE: Sony KF-50WE610 LCD projection TV. no picture but flashing green

Replace the lamp as they dont last for long

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SOURCE: Picture gone from TV Model LE46M51B

I suspect that your backlight has gone out. If you shine a light on the screen can you see remnants of the picture that should be displaying? If so, it's definitely the backlight, and most likely the power inverter for the backlight. You can probably find a replacement inverter, but you may need a repair manual to install it. I'd recommend checking the warranty status first and sending it in for repair if you can.

Posted on Feb 17, 2008

SOURCE: Samsung ws28v53n

Just found out from Samsung UK that my boards have blown and will be expensive to replace. He also made me aware that the new LCD TV's have a life span of 3700 viewing hours which is only 4 half years, not made to last like the old tv's.

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SOURCE: can't find best picture setting with the default options

try and see if u can find a bak light...switch it on should be better once u find it...in the menu...

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SOURCE: setting up 42lg3000 with sky

i have same tv, this i was i did on mine. on the sky+ remote push tv and then press select + red button at the same time, the red light blinks twice, then push 1174 then power button.

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