Question about Olevia LT37HVS 37 in. LCD HDTV
It's at least conceivable; a long forgotten set we owned used to change channels on its own until I stumbled on to the reason for it and actually had to run a fine grounding lead to the safety ground on a wall outlet.
Oddly enough, the static charge was not coming from us but from the high voltage of the set itself that was building up on some metallic trim around the set's channel selector.
If you have any trim of that nature on your set, use some styrofoam bits or onionskin paper and hold it near the trim to see if there is a charge on the set. It may require the same kind of 'fix' our old set needed.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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