Question about Sharp 32U-S60 32" TV
After playing a game on split screen while using night vision. I noticed the screen get fuzzy every time I turned the night vision on. And after a while I noticed it start to do it whenever there were bright lights around when using night vision. The screen would get fuzzy but only on bright lights. And now it does it while watching regular cable tv. I checked my connections and nothing was loose anywhere. I then unhooked the coax cable line to my tv and connected only the dvd player. And it still gets fuzzy now whenever there are bright lights on the tv. I checked my tv's brightness and contrast and nothing fixes it. It started doing this after I played that game. I had the xbox hooked up through rca jacks..maybe that was the cause of it? Any help on what the cause might be? And how much it would cost to get fixed?
YOUR tv DEVELOP a problem in the video ocillator or the tunner section have this set check by a qualified tech.to solve your problem good luck.any more contact email@example.com i hope by now you have gotten your set fixed the repairs will cost you about between $50.00.to $200.00 good luck.
Posted on Mar 26, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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