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Hello; If there is at least one vertical line that does NOT go FULLY from top to bottom, your LCD panel is cracked. This panel will cost much more than what you paid for the set. WII controllers are responsible for the death of many TV's.
1. Press INPUT. on remote (A list of selectable sources appears). 2. Press INPUT again to select the input source. ( An image from the selected source automatically displays). Each time INPUT is pressed, the input source toggles.
If the image does not come in clearly from the external equipment connected to INPUT 1 or 2, you may need to change the input signal type setting on the "Input Select" menu.
1. Press MENU to display the MENU screen, and then press c/d button (on remote) to select "Option".
2.Press a/b button (on remote) to select "Input Select", and then press ENTER.
3.Press a/b button (on remote) to select the signal type you want to set, and then press ENTER. 4.Press MENU to exit.
just try these. need further help feel free to contact. ok.
Call sharp back again and tell them you first want to register for aquos advantage program, which is free. By doing that your service will go much quicker with them. You then tell them that you want to get set up for service. They will have one of their authorized professionals come and fix your tv in a matter of days. If their tech cannot fix it, they will replace your tv free of charge as long as you are within your warranty.
In most cases, you can reset the TV by leaving it unplugged for 30mins.
If this doesn't work, I believe the circuit board that supplies power to the screen maybe bad. They call this board a backlight inverter board. It would most likely cost more to repair than replace the TV .
I doubt that your component has burned out. You may be looking at a repair issue here even though your unit is only 3 years old IF: you have tried connecting using different inputs, OR if you cannot bring up your sharp menu, or you list of inputs. If you cannot do those following things, you have a SERVICE issue on your hands and unless you purchased and extended warranty with sharp, its useless calling them. They will just tell you tough luck, and refer you to one of their authorized service centers. good luck