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I did solve the problem, I ended up trying the codes for a tv by the same manufacturer; in my case I have an ILO tv, so I used the codes for the Funai tv... I little to easy, should have thought of it sooner!!
first of all have a nice day..the problem of your tv is a COLD SOLDER meaning there's only loss solder causing by overheated component such as resistor, tranformer etc. check and look closely to all of the suspected terminals, someting looks burning, try to solder all the susupected terminal using soldering iron and solder. chek also components it maybe cracked resisitor or diodes
contact the FUNAI CORPORATION Customer Service at: Tel :1-800-605-8453. Make sure you have the model and serial number of your tv ready to give them.They might be able to aid you with this problem and save you repair shop costs.
Make sure your closed-captioning is turned off. This box appears when you have captioning set for "text" mode and the set is on a channel where captions are being broadcast. The TV blanks the part of the screen where the text would go, but there isn't any to display. Some TV's have a single button on the remote to turn captioning on, and it's easy to set the TV for captioning without knowing it.
we just picked upi a VS-60607 60 inch projectoin tv, There are several issues with this television. when powered on the colors are allconstrued and teh image is often chopped and warped, we hooked upi the cable yet there are only two local channels recieved and the power will turn off randomly every severl minutes. Any thooughts?
Yes, you are right. A good quality TV set should last for a few more years. Unfortunately I do not have enough information from your description of the problem to even try to make an educated guess of what could be wrong with your TV set. There are many possibilities. There are also a few things you can do to fix the problem: 1.- The obvious first: Check with the manufacturer or place of purchase if the item is still under warranty. The user's manual always offers assistance phone number(s). I do not know if you have extended warranty for the set, if so, that will pretty much take care of the problem. 2.- Contact a reputable, licensed/insured repair company to give you a repair estimate. There are many repair companies nowadays that will go to your home, troubleshoot the problem, give you an estimate and even sometimes repair it on site. A lot of them will reimburse you the cost of the estimate/service call if they repair it. Try to get at least two opinions/estimates for your protection. Hope this helps. Let me know if we can be of further assistance.