Re: I had sound yesterday. left on all night - no sound...
Sounds like you did hit a button on your remote. More than likely it's an audio button on the remote. This button typically selects an audio track on the dvd itself. It's either this or somehow during setup you've selected (depending on the rest of your audio setup) either the bitstream or PCM output for sound. I would just try hitting the audio button until you get something, or go into your dvd setup and try changing from either bitstream or PCM to the other choice.
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When you connect the DVI, try hitting the input, source, or conection button on the remote on TV. Some vendors use different names for the button. Use the procedure below to set the resolution for the second screen to 640X480 first, then move the resolution up one notch at a time to see what your TV can handle. Many televisions don't allow an input through the VGA connector that's a higher resolution than 640X480. That is probably the format that you see appearing on screen where everything looks huge. You may be able to increase from that slightly after getting 640X480 working.
When you've made all the cable connections right-click on the desktop, then choose PROPERTIES from the bottom of the list. A small window will appear with a few tabs on the top choose the last one, SETTINGS. Click on the screen shown on this tab with a numeral 2 shown. On the middle-left you'll see a slider showing large and smaller at each end, bring it down to 640X480, then hit apply A pop-up will appear asking you to confirm that this size is working, click yes if when it does. Try increasing the resolution by a notch to see if the next size up works with your TV. If you see the Invalid Format on your TV again, you've gone higher than this particular input on your TV will accept. To get a higher resolution signal you made need to switch to a different cable type, try DVI or HDMI. Either of the two should work more automatically than the VGA cable you are now trying. If your computer only has a DVI port and the TV has an HDMI port you can get a cable that has DVI at one end and HDMI at the other by clicking here:
sounds like you have a bad ground somewhere on the frame.I know there is a ground on the frame just in front of the battery and one on left side under front of motor factory painted the frame and they just bolted up the wires need to clean paint off and retighten. might be the problem
the top left button on the phone is for the night service on my phone...not sure if the same button would be for you...i simply hit this button upon leaving for the day and then hit the button when I come in in the morning.
My guess is that the sound you heard was that of some High Voltage discharges that could have fed back and damaged some semiconductors including the microprocessor itself. Since it could be a very expensive repair, I would be very tempted to look around for a new HDTV by JVC or Toshiba. Hitachi has slipped a notch or two in recent years according to my experience.