Question about Olevia LT37HVS 37 in. LCD HDTV
I purchased an Olevia 237T 37" HDTV from Target in March of 2008. A little more than 90 days after I purchased it, the TV developed a single dead pixel, a red dot in the center of the screen. Then it mysteriously went away for a while, and reappeared a few months later. About 3 months ago, where that single bad pixel had been, the entire vertical row of pixels died, and my TV now has a narrow vertical line of red dead pixels running up and down its center.
Any thoughts? Is this a simple, do-it-yourself repair? Something worth paying a local technician to repair out of pocket?
(The Olevia manufacturer, SyntaxBrillian, is employing protracted delay and deny tactics to avoid servicing my TV, despite my owning a valid extended warranty.)
Replace the screen. It is faulty and is covered by your extended warranty. Any problems, contact your Trading Standards Office.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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My 3 yr-old 30" Olevia LCD HDTV lost picture after being on for about 1-2 min. Does any one encounters a similar problem or has any suggestion as to how or wherther it can be fixed. Thanks.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
> I heard they were restructuring their company or something.
There has been a change ownership from Syntax-Brillian to Olevia International Group.
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Unfortunately for all of us (we have 747i) service seems very poor and the failure mode you describe doesn't give me any clues despite 40+ years of service experience.
Ours is still 100% but I now suspect our trouble will come.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
christoph430. Your TV is hosed. Olevia will not fix it even if it is still under factory warranty. They are having lots of issues with their products and it will be too costly for them to pay for the repairs they should be covering. They are hoping you have an extended warranty through whomever you bought the TV from and will let that company deal with what should be THEIR problem. The repair company has to try to fix the TV at their cost. Nothing but a scam. We will never buy an Olevia TV again. Respond to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to understand details about our frustration with them. Unbelievable. Sorry for the bad news.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
The only way to fix that problem is to purchase the remote that olevia has out its called olevia RC-LRN its a learning remote that you are able to program with your other devices for example your dvd player and sat box and etc..
This company called Amergence technology sells does remotes and the contact number is toll free 866-965-3842
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Try flashing the firmware again.. as long as you have the blue light on the television then that means you still have power.. so you need to re- flash the firmware and it should work..
**Also make sure you are using a windows XP not VISTA** The firmware program only works with windows xp.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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