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I need to repair an Olevia LT42hvi. The contrast and color cannot be adjusted. Which board controls this?

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The main board is the most likliest cause. You should be able to get a replacement board for your model from www.tvcircuitboards.com

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  • Kathryne Ross Dec 11, 2012

    Thanks so much. I am hopeful this is what I need. We were trying to just sell the TV since looking at it wasn't bringing any answers. With this, though, I may be able to repair an otherwise great TV. We shall see once I get the part in-hand. Glad the main board isn't one of the harder to get to boards, too. Thanks for the help and I will keep you posted on how the repair goes!

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    Sonny Berry Dec 11, 2012

    That should sove the issue for you. the only other board with even a long shot of causing it would be the Tcon, But the Tcon would also make lines appear in most cases, but usually if its just color issues or a snowy pic its almost always a main board.

  • Kathryne Ross Dec 11, 2012

    I cannot bump the contrast more than one place in either direction. Same with the brightness. No lines, though. If I can get the picture fixed I will buy replacement speakers and be in great shape!

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SOURCE: unlock Olevia remote control

Why are the menu settings that I changed not being saved? A. The TV is in Showroom mode. The following steps will help you switch to Home mode.

  1. Press Menu button from the remote,
  2. Press Down arrow key until you see the word Picture, then press the Right arrow key,
  3. Press Down arrow key until you see Mode, then press the Right arrow key,
  4. Press Down arrow key until you see Power Up, then press the Right arrow key,
  5. Press Down arrow key until you see Home, then press the Enter key,
  6. Press Menu button four times to exit out from the OSD Menu.
***Showroom mode is designed for retailers to display the TV and to protect from shoppers changing the settings that are predetermined for shelf display environment.***

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SOURCE: Olevia LT42HVi turns itself off after 2-3 hours of

I have a different problem. Are are interested selling parts?

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SOURCE: i can't get the color, contrast and other color adjustments adj

I took the tv back and bought another one. got a three year warranty thaanks

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It should be located where the end of the power cord come in. Look at the power supply for component with label such as F1.

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You cannot change aspect ratio when recieving HD signal. Try changing the cable box or satellite box format or aspect ratio.

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