Question about Televison & Video
Connected using composite red/white/yellow cable, switched tv input to composite input, turned DVD player on. TV displays "no signal" while DVD player is working properly.
First try another composite cable. Those "in box" ones go bad all of the time. Hook up to another tv or with another style of cable (such as S video) and verify that all is truly working first. If these steps don't work message again.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you haven't unplugged the unit for 30 seconds, try that. otherwise, if that doesn't help, probably a board needs to be replaced. call phillips for service.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
SOURCE: LG plasma buzzing
Problem is probably with your cable box as you have confirmed that the set is working by using the dvd player, that is unless you have a bad cable for the cable box.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
Well, your TV is still under warranty. That's the good part.
The only thing I can recommend without voiding the warranty is leaving the TV unplugged for 30min. That way, the TV can reset itself and hopefully correct the problem.
If that doesn't solve the problem, it's time to use the VIZIO warranty.
Here's contact info if you need it.
(877 MY V I Z I O)
Technical Assistance Emails:
(888 VIZIO CE)
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
The series of the cable should go green red blue into the back. if you put the green in the red and the red into the green it give the TV a red base to go off of for the picture so everything is red. The reason the green cable won't is because it transmits a black and white picture which allows it a nice base to add the green and red to.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
One board takes in the HDMI as well as the other signals. Sometimes part of the board breaks and that is what sounds like has happend in your case. This is a fairly common problem and most people tend to just live with it. Others sell thier tv and a few find the number of thier board to see if one is available on ebay or shopjimmy. If you are comfortable with electronics the board is not hard to replace.
Im sorry your HDMI broke....
I hope this helps
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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