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LG stands are available as surplus and salvage from this company and they include the fixing screws, I would expect that they will measure a few for you in the name of good customer relations: LG TV Stands MBTV Electronics
go graphic properties and change frequency hertz to 60hz or on which its compatible.some lcds not copatiable with greater then 75hz frequency. you have to chang this thing for second disply not main setting for your laptop lcd
You don't need to scan for channels if it is connected by a HDMI connector, just select HDMI 1 or 2 depending which one you have connected the cable to at the rear of the TV. You should now receive the already set channels from your cable box.
Here's a link to order the original LG base stand assembly for this model (42LB5D) from a major parts distributor. Please note, you would have to verify the complete model number of the unit as their are 2 versions availible (there should be either a C or F at the end of the model #):
You may need to use the S-video cable for video. Make sure video mirroring is disabled on the powerbook. Also, make the external monitor the primary display by dragging the menu bar to it in Displays preferences (Mac OS X) or the Monitors control panel (Mac OS 8 and 9).
Here's a link to order the original LG remote control for this model (42LB5D) from a major parts distributor. Please note, you would have to verify the complete model number of the unit as their are 2 versions available (there should be either a C or F at the end of the model #):
I have the same problem on my 42 inch LG 1080p and I read in the manual this could be due to interference. I have messed around with my other electronics but couldnt find the problem. I do live in a apartment so I dont know if maybe another persons electronics are causeing it or not. I will be contacting LG regarding this issue although it wont get me anywhere im sure, but I will post again If I should find a soulution.