I have a picture problem my picture wil black out with line through it it looks like signal problem going in and out. But i just signed up for Direct T v and hocked up my dvd and it still is going in and out.
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The service menu for this TV may be accessed by holding down the INPUT button on the TV and pressing 2580 on the remote. To navigate the service menu use the arrow keys on the remote. The center Enter button is used to go down into a submenu. The Menu button returns from a submenu. The exit key exits the menu.
There is an option to adjust Over Scan in the Picture settings menu. Set the positions to zero and the size to +100 for both horizontal and vertical. Then set the Sharpness to zero in the Picture Mode menu for each picture mode (optional, but sharpness makes text and sharp lines really ugly if you're using a PC).
I've owned this TV since Feb. 2013 and I've been disgusted with its lack of disable-able overscan and forced to use VGA to get a usable picture. The VGA port finally started going out (flickering colors) and rather than tearing it apart to resolder the VGA connector I tried to find a service manual again. Found one for a different Apex LCD TV but the service code was the same. It's like having a brand new, much better TV now! Overscan is the worst thing the TV industry ever did, it's totally and completely unnecessary on digital, pixel-perfect signals.
Your Samsung has an Input Source button on the remote. If you are getting a "No Signal" message, you either have no cable, dish, antenna, or HDMI input to the television or have the wrong source selected. With the television turned on and/or a cable box, dish etc turned on, select all of your sources until a picture appears.
Flashing power light often means the monitor isn't getting a signal. When you turn the monitor off and back on, do you see the viewsonic logo for a few seconds? Try plugging it into a different computer to see if it comes on.
If plugging it into another computer doesn't work, it may be a bad power circuit in the monitor. A common problem with monitors is the capacitors going bad. If you're handy with a soldering iron, you can try replacing them yourself. Look here for pictures and instructions: Fix an LCD Monitor
I recommend that you put the correct capacitor in there. You don't want to change the manufacturer's specs. And check your soldering...make sure you don't have a cold solder joint, but a good flowing solder connection...which should look like polished silver, nice and shiny, no grainy, or no "fuzzy" finish...and also that there are no connections from where you soldered to other places on the board where there "shouldn't" be a connection. Then look for other bad caps. Usually there is more than one bad...the site badcaps.net has a list of bad brands....if you are going to change one, you should change any more of that same brand. I just fixed my TV...and I had to change out 4 of about 10 caps. the ones I changed were all the same size and value, and brand...the rest were different sizes. values and brands, and they were ok.
I'd say about the blinking to a black screen would be your cable provider. As for the stripes that means that your board panels can be going bad, you can try updating the firmware of the TV to help but if that doesn't work you're getting very close to full failure on the TV.
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I too own a Ultra Lcd40-500 HDTV. Bought it from HSN.com back in 2006. My power adapter burned out 2 weeks ago, and to my dismay PWW, or should I say POS has gone bankrupt. I looked everywhere online and here in San Jose,CA thinking I would find a replacement or at least someone that could repair the blown capacitor( 630v vpmm), thermitors(IRFD460A) and varistor( SCK206). After calling every power supply company, distributor, and retailer, had no luck finding a match to this crazy looking 9din pin adapter. Disappointed I gave up on a replacement and took it to various repair shops for repair and was told without schematic would be nearly impossible to replicate the power Output. Finally this one shop was able to replace the burned out components and it seem to work at the store. When I got home with it..no luck..red light would come on…but no light on screen. L Not wanting to give up or trash my LCD. It was time to dig further…I did some research through my employer; a SemiConductor company here in Santa Clara, CA. Needless to say this power adapter has driven me crazy….It has been exhausting... But finally just yesterday I got the break needed…I found a manufacturer in Taiwan that has these power supplies for both the Ultra lcd 30" and 40". I was told they only sell to Component or Electronic Suppliers. I’ve asked my employer to see if I would be able to order one on their behalf using their account. Happy ending! My power supply is on it’s way. I was told it could take up to 4weeks for delivery. But I’m just glad to have a replacement.
Generally, when an LCD freezes, it is a signal source problem. By that I mean that the TV is receiving insufficient signal strength to continue to display moving images, so it holds on to the last signal it received that it was able to display (freezing or pixelating.). Have your cable or satellite company come and look at the strength of the signal at the incoming port on your set top box, or back of your set if you are not using a box. The solution is usually adding a power amplifier to the incoming line to boost the signal strenth to the TV, or if you are in an apartment that has the signal split, moving that feed 'higher on the tree'.