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Westinghouse SK32H240S TV will not show picture...

Attempted to hook up this TV to satillite reciever. Though sound came through, the picture did not. Also hooked up a DVD player. Same thing happened. sound came through, but no picture. Just black screen. Picture would "blink" on about 5 seconds after turning power on to TV, but would then instantly go to black screen.

I have no idea why. I would appreciate it if you could help me.

Randy

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  • areoneoh Dec 30, 2008

    The problem is common, apparently. I've been searching around and its happening to everyone. It doesn't matter what you plug in, the screen fades to black. This problem NEEDS to be fixed.

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Some solutions to this same problem were posted here, hope this helps.

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