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Menu , sound settings, disable all special effects , Dolby surround, stereo, etc.. unplug, Wait overnight plug back in see if the problem continues if so, check sound settings they should be the way you left them
My name is Chris.
I have this Phillips Wide Screen TV that didn't have or come with a remote, so I had to go out and buy a universal remote for it today from a BIG W Store.
I'm having some technical difficulties & problems with switching and turning it on, but as I use the universal remote to turn on the TV, I'm having a bit of a slight problem with it turning it on, Ok, Yes, it works and Powers on, but there is nothing showing or giving me the indication that there is no picture or sound showing up on this Wide Screen Phillips TV, But there is a little red & green light at the bottome right hand corner that keeps on flashing red when ever I use the universal remote to switch the power on.
Is there a possibility, that i can get some help on here, to help me out with any suggestions, is to why I'm not getting any picture or sound showing up on this TV with this universal remote ?
Is there anyway that i can maybe get some help with this to help me out with solving my issue with the Phillips Wide Screen TV ?
Hello! Does sound comes out of TV speakers? Or you have "home theater" hooked up to? In first occasion: TV turns on, stays on, display blinks once, then nothing? Inverter is at fault. Second occasion: TV turns on, stays on, display glows dark, sound OK, no picture: T-con board at fault. Third occasion: TV turns on, shuts off, sound is coming through "home theater"-OK. Power supply or inverter, or T-con are at fault. TV need major diagnostics and repair in every case. Let me know if you can handle that. Will guide you through the process. Thanks, Alex.
Please clarify whether the entire tv powers off or only the screen turns off and you can hear the sound so that we can continue with the diagnosis. Sony LCDs are notorious for backlight inverter failures.
Tv has no picture or sound; will go out while watching. The picture will go into a line and sound and picture will go out; shortly after that tv will turn off. Did this last nite and I did not turn back on until this morning, it worked no problem. On for couple of hours and now it's out again. What could be problem and how do I fix myself
You need to move further south if it is frozen. It's cold up north :-)
If you've pulled the power from this tv (power cycled it) and it still has this problem ... frozen with no picture and no sound. How a screen can be frozen with no picture, I'm not sure. But it sounds like you are going to be on your way to the repair shop. Or to buy a new tv.
If I couldn't see and couldn't hear, how would I know you were even here?
U have cable,some kind of pay tv?Tries unplug the cable box,replug the box for reset or to update new solfware for the box.If u have free air tv,get better antena like out side door antena or a digital antena.Also should change the batteries in ur remote and clean the IR lights both remote and tv make sure no blocking path to signal.
it could be 2 caps on the power board, i had the same problem and for $3.39 at Radio Shack solved it.
There is a link on hre with pictures and instructions from stiv0, that works. Of course your on your own if you try it.