Question about Initial DTV172 17 in. TV/DVD Combo

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Sound but no picture until warmed up for 20 min or so

Initial flat panel i think 17 in. model #dea4247076203t

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  • kelder2 Jan 10, 2009

    pictuer is fine once you can see it

  • roberto serbin May 11, 2010

    After you do get a picture is everything normal, your posting did not say?

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Well I hate to be the bearer of bad news but it would seem that there are some electronic components that have to heat up befoe it starts up fine. I am not going to leave you there just like that. I will give you an explanation. The circuit boards that are being place in all these tvs go through a machine whien everthing is soldered into place. It just so happenns that the soldering is not always hot enough as the board goes through there and you have what are considered cold solder joints. That means that there is not a good enough electrical connection for there to be troublefree viewing. From your stand point you cannot do anything about this problem. But it is fixable. Gog bless and take care.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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