I just purchased toshiba lcd 26av500a less than a week,but something wrong happened twice so far.the sceen became black and no button except power one could work when i changed channel.what i could do was to turn off the tv and turn on again.i don't why it is.who can give me some advice,thanks.
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Ok there might be lots of programm runnning when you start the laptop. to disable those tyou can do the follwing steps 1.START--RUN--- type "msconfig" without the quotes. 2. now try to find out "Startup" tab and uncheck all the unnecessary programm you can see and apply. 3. come oyt of it and restart your laptop. Hope this will make you easy. cheers:)
You won't know until you dismantle and remove both LCD screens.
They could have different video connector and power connector for the inverters.
The best bet is to buy a new LCD screen or if the LCD screen is OK but the backlight CCFL lamp is worn out or the inverter is faulty, then the CCFL lamp or inverter can be replaced fairly cheaply.
Check out LCD Parts for compoments, repair and DIY info. Use this link. www.lcdparts.net
If you mean cracked or smashed when you say "damaged", the answer is yes, but it would be far less expensive to buy a new set! We are an authorized service center for Toshiba. The replacement LCD panels are typically more expensive than the entire set was new! Go figure...
Hi, basically you need to put them into their respective slots in the back of the tv. I know this can be frustrating because the slots are all faced downwards, tucked behind this piece. Look at this image, which should be what you are seeing if you're using a Toshiba 26'' 26AV502U, a model similar to yours. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=cat13506&type=page&h=387&skuId=9034733&productId=1218010846690&&viewtype=backView&count=0 Look at the four plugs with labeled "Video 1 In." "L Audio" is your white plug, "R" is your red plug(R actually stands for Right [Audio Input]), and Video is your yellow plug. It would be wise to remember this for every Audio/Video cable accepting unit. It makes sense you are putting the cables IN to the tv, hence "Video 1 In." Now, to tell the tv to read the video input, find and hit the "Input" button on the remote, and it should be one of those options..(there are only a couple to choose from). Hope these directions worked for you, and enlightened you!