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Screen says no signal

Our t v is new and was working perfectly, but now it has no sound and no picture, the screen says no signal.

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  • TRICKVON Jan 24, 2009

    i have model 25TSC60101 , I JUST WENT BLACK WITH BUZZING/HUMMING SOUND.. THIS IS 14 YEAR OLD TV. SHOULD TRY TO GET IT FIX

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When my tv did this, it was due to the cable company doing something. I just went and auto program, (let the tv find the channels) and I would have my channels back.

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If your TV is new. It will be under warranty, therefore you should first take the problem up with the supplier. For anyone else to touch the TV would be to invalidate the warranty and therefore the supplier will use that as a get out.

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