Went to move TV and snapped off the Video prong in the rear AV1 input. Couldn't get prong out, ended up pushing it all the way through (by accident). When I went to power it on, it popped (from input/output area), and now TV does not come on. When I apply power to it, standby power light comes on, but when I hit power button, standby power light goes out, but no picture or sound. Any suggestions. I'm not a tech. thanks
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How is your TV receiving video? Are all cables connected? With RCA (the red, yellow, white ended cables) the yellow is the video, the white and red are left and right stereo sound. Ensure that all cables are connected into the correct spot on the back of the TV and that you are on the right input (Video 1, AV1, etc).
First check cable wire or whatever is connected to set for channels--the leads are connected and wiggle them with set on to see if it clears up--could be a connection where cable wire is connected at end--loose connection there etc.
If tuner is bad causing this and you use a box for signal--most have rear audio/video outputs you can connect to a unused video/audio input on rear of set---bypass the tuner in the set and operate set that way changing channels on box instead of set.
let me know if you have questions or have more information.
You should be using the Video input, you should have three cables hook up to one of the Video input,
Yellow for composite video, red for right channel sound input, white for left channel sound input, then select AV1 or AV2 depend on which one you choose.
it should not be a big deal red and white is sound yellow is video, if you have a converter box and are not getting a signal I would suggest you try moving your antene to get picture. Try hooking the DVD plaer into the TV to AUX 1 or AV1 or AV 2 Or AV3 and make sure the TV is on the right channel on to see Picture and correct level of sound, are you running anything threw a coverter box? Need to know the TV brand to do a diagram. The output from the DVD player shoud go into AV1 and the wire colors should be the same DVD output to AV1 input or AV2 in?
the best configuration is using component AudioVideo cable.component video out from ps3 use 3 wires going to component video input to your tv (Y-Pb-Pr) and two wires for audio left.right. use av1 input on your tv to hook the audio and video. let me know if you still have issue.
YES check your connections and make sure you have selected the right INPUT signal source on your surround sound just remember RCA cables (yellow red white) goes from digital box,CABLE or SATELLITE OUTput to surround INput from there connect another RCA cable from the OUTPUT of the surround sound to the AV1 Input on the TV make sure AV1 is selected on the TV,if you dont know how just put the TV on channel 3 then press the channels down button and when the TV gets to channel 1 the next channel down from that should be AV1.Also make sure you have selected the right INPUT for the surround sound.
If you are not using RCA jack and just coax follow or you dont have a digital box.Connect the cable from the wall to the INput
on the surround sound the the cable OUT to the tv make sure the surround sound is Looking for a signal from the coax.
You will need to go back into the menu and see what ia available in the video input mode. You may have switched the type of input you can use such as default or componts ect. If you have an isntruction manual, look in there or call the manufacturer, should also be in the instruction or user manual. Good Luck