Question about Televison & Video
Three days ago, my 537H TV stopped showing anything on the screen, I emailed technical support and was told to update the firmware which I did. Still no picture.
So far, this is what I know as far a symptoms:
TV turns on
No longer shows Olevia splash screen on startup
Back light comes on
Sound works but it can not be adjusted
Nothing shows on screen (no menu, source input, volume bars)
Updated firmware with no change
Tried powering off and on with no change (unplugged)
Model info: Olevia 37" 720p LCD HDTV - 537H
Is there anything else to check?
Any help/direction would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
User 'rapolley' is absolutely right. One can cycle through the functions to access different options, ie. 'TV', 'Audio', 'DVD', etc. I stumbled upon this solution when I thought my 'Menu' button wasn't working. All I had to do is cycle through the 'Functions' and choose 'Menu' once I get to 'TV'. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
SOURCE: Crackling noise
I think I have solved the problem. I dusted the tv completely. Then took the cable box and with a hair dryer in the cool setting blew out the interior circuits to try to remove all dust. Turned the set on no more crackling. Thanks for the posting.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
> I heard they were restructuring their company or something.
There has been a change ownership from Syntax-Brillian to Olevia International Group.
Details of Olevia brand
Unfortunately for all of us (we have 747i) service seems very poor and the failure mode you describe doesn't give me any clues despite 40+ years of service experience.
Ours is still 100% but I now suspect our trouble will come.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
You most definately have bad capacitors in the power supply. try and get it repaired as soon as possible, not an expensive repair that iv'e seen.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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