Question about Televison & Video
No more details than what I said above Uverse tech said my lights blown...whatever that means.
The set may use back lights inside to light the screen which if out will cause this---either the voltage source for the lights or they are not being turned on by the set. This would be the light source for your picture.
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you have to use the recommended Uverse codes, and follow the directions to enter the code. Hold the tv button down, on the Uverse remote, then with it stil held down add the OK button, let go of both, then you will see the lights at the top of Uverse remote light up, it is then ready to accept the code, it will be a four digit code, Go to email@example.com, and look under TV, then programming the remote is there. Put remote Code in the att search box if you can't find it.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
SOURCE: Sceptre X32GV-Komodo
See troubleshooting (p.96-99) of user manual
but Unfortunately i think this problem is for Sceptre ...
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Posted on Mar 25, 2008
Mine did the same thing once. I think all I did was hit the setup on the remote, and let it run back through all the channels and then it worked just fine.
I hope this works for you.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Are you absolutely sure you have it wired up right? Are the Cable RIGHT wires color to color, is the "Correct Input" selected? Remember you do NOT use "Channels" but an AV, AUX, or External.input. Most DVD etc, use AV, IE: Yellow, (Video), Red, (Audio), White (Audio) for the OUT connections. These go color to color at TV end. And uses 3 Cables. The "Other" type of Output/Input is Component Video. This is ALL Video, Red, Blue, Green, these go color to color as well. BUT you MUST also send the Sound, Via the AV, IE: The Red & White, AV, Audio IN/OUT connections, So you in this case would have 5 cables/connections in all.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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