Having an issue with the 19LG30 model, wondering if anybody can help...
The TV was a Christmas gift, so it's brand new and has been in my possession for less than two months. In that time, however, I've had three separate occasions when the TV would not respond to any commands (change of channels, on/off, etc.) from either the remote or the buttons on the unit itself. Twice the TV simply continued to show the channel I was already on, and one time the TV actually turned itself off -- but all three times I had to unplug the TV from the wall in order to "reset" it.
A new TV shouldn't be doing this. What can I do about it?
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probably the camera is either analogue or video . How was it connected to the TV via the Aerial Cable or via an AV input
If the camera is Analogue it may be on a ATV channel. So you would need to switch the input Source on the remote for the tv and check the ATV channels. If it was on a AV then try checking the AV input sources.
The free view channels is probably DTV source . .
to eliminate the problem just select the mono sound disable the stereo signal.so that your tv sound will be stable.this happens because not all tv stations are broadcasting on stereo signal thats why your tv keep on switching to mono and stereo base on what signal it receives.plus the signal being feed by the cable provider sometimes they are not stable enough to give the stereo signal so better select only the mono sound...tnx hope i helped you..
Sound like you inserted the "mounting screws" too far into the back of the television and possibly damaged the screen.
If your unit is truely "brand new". I would take it back to the store you purchased it from ASAP. Let them know the problem was presistant out of the box. As for a replacement. Insist on a replacement.
The root could be numorous problems,... mounting screws, input cables, back circuts, etc.
Go get a replacement tv before it's too late.
If you have waited past the 30-90 day returen period. Send you set in for warranty service.
I'm having the same problem with the same TV that I bought my daughter for Christmas.
I haven't tried this myself yet, but it is suggested on another website that the TV is switching on to look for software updates during the night. Apparently you can switch the auto-update feature off, which fixes the issue.
hello, if all your connected components and power sources are ok
then you may want to take it back for an exchange if it is possible.
it seems to be defective from the start.
your tv is in shutdown mode, a fualty power supply or internal board circut is cuasing your tv not to work.the tv needs service for internal circut trouble.
try to exchange it or get your refund asap..