Question about Sansui Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi it sounds like it has had an elctric fault like a resistor failing.
The click you heard would be a internal switch that cuts off the elctric supply to the screen to stop furthe damage hapening.
It could even be something simple like a bad solder and in that case will need locating and resoldering.
How old is the telly and how often is it used.
When you switch it off leave it off for about an hour then try again if you have allready done this then it probably is a blown resistor are you sure nothing has been pressed on controll have you tried seeing if you can acess the menu screen via the remote and see if that comes up on the screen let me know ok
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
look in the owners manual about installing devices or components--- sounds like you have something hooked up wrong that is not allowing the video and sound to work--- if that doesnt work--- try using a combination device and hooking the two items to it--then run that device's wires to the television
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
SOURCE: Loss of Digital Shows??
Hi, I am assuming this has not happened before? When digital pictures freeze or go missing it can commonly be because the signal strength you are picking up from your antenna is not strong enough. If the signal becomes too weak it won't go fuzzy like analogue, it will just jump or cut out completely. If your analogue signal is also poor this supports the theory that you are not receiving a strong signal from your antenna. On your digital tuners there is often a way to see the signal strength you are receiving for the channel (possibly on an info button or in the set up menu). See if you can find this to confirm your signal strength. If it is low and this hasn't happened before I suggest you check your cables, connection, and antenna to make sure a lead or connection has not detached, or damage to the antenna etc. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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