Question about Sharp Aquos LC-32G4U 32 in. HD-Ready LCD Television
While watching my 32" Sharp Aquos the picture will go out, but the sound is still there. If I turn the the tv off and back on the pictures comes back, but after about 30 or 40 minutes the picture goes out again.
The problem is most likely the the screws are loose on the inverter boards. The screws must be tighted as they provide the ground to the inverter bds. The inverter boards are undet the shields on both sides of the unit after pulling the back cover. One way to make sure that you are losing back lights and not video is when your picture goes black, shine a flash light on the screen at an angle and will see the video is still there. This mean the back lights are out. If you do not see the video it may be another problem
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
SOURCE: Picture fades in and out
Some newer TV's are equipped with a ROOM SENSOR which will change the Contrast and Brightness according to the amount of light going into the Sensor. While watching DVD's or Movies the output of light from the TV screen changes sometimes affecting the Sensor. While Computers are pretty consistent with light output. Go into your TV Menu and look for ROOM SENSOR or something similar and turn it off. If not then check in the TV Menu Video controls and see if there are any Contrast or Brightness functions set to AUTO. If so grab a DVD with THX and they have a TV Calibration that is very easy to set-up your TV too.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: Picture too big for screen
on the remote press menu, use the up and down arrow buttons to seach for aspect/screen press select/enter to choose the screen (you probally have it on zoom)
Posted on May 06, 2009
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