Brought a new 37" akai wide screen tv home and tried to do the setup but it couldn't find a signal. The next thing I know there's no picture at all, no channel numbers only sound. I can change stations but still no picture. What happened? Did I change a setting my mistake?
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Chances are it is the Power Supply. It is a Megmeet MLT386X which is hard to find. There are places that will repair the old one. You remove the covers running across the heat sinks and if the capacitors are bulging, the repairs are within the capability of anyone who knows how to use a soldering iron. If you are handy with a soldering iron, LCDalternatives sells a kit with ALL electrolytic capacitors prone to fail for $15.95 plus shipping. I bought the kit and fixed mine. It took a couple of hours to unsolder and replace the capacitors.
HI there I thought I was the only one who had movies inmy home I have friend come over for movies every wednesday. Now there is a challange: Try to ajust the brightness and contrast in the PICTURE menu What the "no signal" concerns check if the signal cable is connected between the tv and products properly, as well as checking the selected input source by pressing input. kolbrun
Now the tv is turn on,tv have power LED light indicaton but no picture?Still have a clicking sound but no picture on the tv LCD screen panel?Yes,than the tv Tuner signal board that the other board 70% also might have the problems too.That the board where the incomming broadcasting signal cable plug into it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a whole refurbish tv Tuner signal board for the replacement.
You should have a button on the remote that came with the TV labeled: format , ratio , wide , picture , somthing like that, different brands of TVs call it different things and I am not familiar with the Akai branded TVs, but when you find it just press it as many times as needed to make the picture look as you want it to.
Good luck !
The message you are seeing means that the tv is not receiving a signal from the source. Try hooking up a different source such as a DVD player or a Cable Box to that same input on the tv. If you have picture and sound then the problem is with the original source. If that does not work then you have a bad Main bd.
Set the all settings to wide, not auto as if the player is set to 4:3 format then this sends a signal to the tv telling it so.Go into the setup menu and choose picture format set to 16:9 or wide. Set the tv to auto and this will keep all picture inputs to origional format. I.E. if it was recorded in 16:9 it will play in 16:9. You could set the tv to 16:9 but it will distort the picture on 4:3 recordings.
If i am not mistaken you can select the HDMI signal going out on the 663, this means you should select to have only pictures to go out as sound will have to be reproduced by the 663. So HDMI output setup on the 663 should indicate image only, no sound.