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I had the same problem it's the power it switches on is off and off is on I had to plug and unplug it from the back and shock the television until it remained off than you can turn the tv on and you'll get a picture.
how many blinks does the red light give in a row? This would be an error code?
The problem for 7 blinks would be an Interface board. Apparently there is a glitch in the interface board that sends signals to the television.
Basically the glitch shorts out the board and the t.v wont turn on and
you will see the power light blink 7 times pause then 7 more. You can
replace the board with a new one and update the software on the new interface board.
If is isn't 7, let me know and I will help you out with this
I am am having a lot of trouble finding good setting for your TV or a similar model made by the same company. I got a few things to ask. Do you have any pixar dvd's or blu-ray's? some DVD's have a easy calibration guide right in the disk that works well enough to get a decent picture. There are even several games out there with them.
I did get a little info that may help. You can do a full factory reset by doing the following:
1. Turn the PowerSpec LCD TV/Monitor OFF with the Power button on
the top of the unit.
2. Press and hold the Channel + button, then press and release the
3. Your PowerSpec LCD TV/Monitor will now be returned to the factory
This can help if you get the setting out of wack. Send me a message if you have any of the calibration items. There is also several disks you can pay for such as:
Digital Video Essentials (blu-ray,dvd or even hddvd) is a good one and I have heard nothing but good things about it.
Monster calibrationwizard is another.
There are several more but the only I can recommend Digital Video Essentials
Send me a message and let me know if you have any of these items.
I found a replacement Scheda power module at you guessed it, not at Toys R Us but rather at www.tvmodulesrus.com for $79. The same module is used in several LCDs, including our PowerSpec 30" LCD sold at Micro Center. It is listed under several numbers at TV Modules R US: