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Sounds like main board fault. Contact any service technician or the authorized service center for Proscan. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Viewing it in "Mosaic" or "Magazine" will make surf easy. Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. Do a search by type in the brand name of your device at its search box and press "Enter". http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
Proscan was one of the American brand divisions of Thomson Consumer Electronics, with products competing with higher-end electronics. The ProScan name is owned by RCA. If you need more information on Thomson, please let me know. This should Fixya!
"Proscan used to be the RCA high-end trademark; RCA (at least the TVs) was purchased by Thomson; they leased the proscan name to a Korean outfit that has the TVs made in China.
I've never owned a Proscan (post RCA)... but the internet buzz is that they are of inferior quality and that it's virtually impossible to get support in the USA.
I would qualify that: Costco is selling Proscan TVs; they extend the warranty by one year (to two years); and if you have a problem, ya got Costco behind you.
So I guess unless you buy one at Costco, you should pass"
Perhaps you need to contact the entity at which you purchased the television.
Most universal remotes work on a small portion of TVs in the market place. And if it does work, they are limited. Because the universal remote cannot control the full functions of the TV.
Like menus, screen modes,close captions, and etc.
Best thing to have is the original remote.
If you need to find one, let me know. I know a few good web sites. I just need the model number of your TV.
I hope I answered your questions. Please rate me. :)
Proscan is produced by ON Corp. They are a leading producer for most LCD screens used by a large group of TV makers. Proscan used to be a high end RCA product. The CEO of On Corp was the head of the Proscan division of RCA. After Leaving RCA and Beginning On Corp he purchased the right to the Proscan trade mark. Thus a new beginning for a old name. Many people still belive it to be an RCA TV but it is not. It has good ratings in most reviews for TV's in it price range. It is now a sears brand much like Dynex is a Best But brand.
The most inexpensive solution, is to buy a universal remote. I own a One-for-All universal remote (model URC-4220) which works with Proscan TVs. I bought it at Walmart for less than 10 dollars.
You can also find a list of companies that sell Proscan remotes, by typing PROSCAN TV REMOTES into the Google searchbox.
These companies will charge you more money, for their remotes.
Hope these suggestions help you out. Please take a moment to rate the info that I have provided, by using the rating system below. Thanks.