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i think by accident you have changed the input when you went to change the volume. look for a button labeled " input" or "video" select on the remote and scroll through the various choices. you should get your picture back.
1. plug it into a input device (well duuh)
2. it could be a fried mother board or a cracked one !!
3. it could be the sound plate a gt674jj49329710hfwllw plate u need u probably have a gt683jj63835540gdhdys plate !!
4. take it back !!
I just had this same problem over the weekend. Is your TV hooked up via HDMI?? Mine was and i've been having problems with the tv image shrinking whenever i turn on the tv, so i would have to change the channel 1 or 2 times for the image to come up normally. On Saturday I went to change the channel and then all of a sudden I hearld this loud pop and when the image came on it was just a sky blue screen, I couldnt see anything, but I could hear the channel. So I disconnected the HDMI and hooked up the tv with component cables I had and now it works fine. I ordered a new HDMI cable just to see if it will work again. If not, i'm calling Olevia.
Your tuner settings must be set on broadcast instead of cable.
Below channel 13, they use the same frequencies so it doesn't matter.
Find the tuner settings page in the menus and change the
Usually the blue screen is an indication that the video signal to the TV is not present. Most of the new TV's have a video input selection button on the TV and on the remote; try changing the video input selection.