Question about Televison & Video
Tv is less than a year old but when you try to put dvd in it does not take it or even try i.e does not make the noise. The screen shows no signal, im not sure if the two could be related but the remote control no longer work either.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tv screen is white; sound is ok
Need more information about you problem. Does the white screen appear on all functions.Does any input signal like a dvd or vcr show picture. If so, then you have a problem with signal connection coming from the television signal source, like a cable or satellite box. You need to check the connecting cables to see if they are outputting signal. Try using different cables to connect the signal source to the television. If this does not work. Try hooking up the signal source to another television to make sure you are receiving signal from them.If all this seems to be working fine and you are sure that you are using the remote control inputs correctly, you may have a problem the video input signal board on the television. You can contact PROSCAN at this web address. www.oncorpus.com. Go to customer support and ask for their technical assistance with your problem. The telephone number for PROSCAN service is 1-888-977-6722. I hope this has been of help with your problem.
Posted on May 21, 2009
Bring the unit to a repair center to get the disk out. Trying yourself could ruin the unit.
If you brought it to me I wouldn't even charge you.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
SOURCE: TV w/ built in DVD
What a crock of **** this is guys! This FIX is surly a sad work around for the poor! Replace the mother board and solve your problem the correct way. No need to butcher up this TV. Better still, buy a name brand TV and a service contract which will save you money in the long run.
Dan Jackson - CET, which means Certified Electronics Technician
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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