The power blipped off in our house yesterday. It was off for less than a second, when it came back on the TV (Olevia LT37HVS) made a loud whine until it was shut off.
Now with the factory defaults, the image is tinted completely blue. If we set the color setting to 'cool' it looks more natural but the image is completely washed out and no amount of fiddling with the contrast/brightness/etc will remedy it.
The TV is out of warranty. Any suggestions as to what has gone wrong? I am assuming it is something to do with the backlights or the powersupply that drives them (but honestly that is just a WAG).
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tried to connect again the supply for main board and disconnect the supply for the inverter board of back light. and turn on the tv, if the indicator stay the inventer board was the cause of voltage drop at the power supply board.
This the common problem for Olevia TV, open up the back cover, locate the power supply board, look for the electolytic capacitors top that is slightly domed, replace them, they usually 1 or 4 that is bad, buy your replacement's at Radio Shack
I have the same problem with my Olevia 332h. The TV shuts off after 10 seconds. I decided to wedge a desk fan in between the wall and the back of the TV. It worked! The TV doesnt shut off anymore. This problem is obviously heat related. I hope this information helps you.
My tv is crap to. Green tint and washed out colors. Mine is 13 mos old. and the first one they sent had green tint to. They sent another one but now Im past warrantee! Ill never buy another tv or anything from them again!!!
I have had the same problem with my daughters Olevia...232-S13 out of the blue ti just decides to not turn on...blue light lit where the on/off button located but no sound and no picture....i guess the saying "you get what you pay for" stands clear here.......very upsetting.....
I have a 32'' olevia 232v hdtv. I had a similar problem where the tv stays on less and less as you use it longer and it gets warmer. I called customer service and they explained that its most likely a problem with it is doesnt have enough power to run well. They said turn the TV off, then hit the master turn off switch in the lower back of the tv, then unplug everything from the TV, then unplug everything from the wall. Then after 3 or 4 hours, plug all back in and try again. Then they said if i still have a problem, call customer service at 1 866 9 olevia