The tv was working fine until I disconnected it from the cable and vcr. When I reconnected it, the power light comes on but the unit doesn't power up = no picture, no sound, no menu notations. Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: No picture, no sound, power light stays on
This is a tricky one but i would say it could be a pannel inside that has gone with all the moving of the tv about you could hav just moved something inside that shouldent hv moved ( its easley done ) best thing to do is take it to a phillips dealer.
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d12-100 box does not have an hdmi port what it does have is a problem the signal level coming out of the box is to high install a 4 way splitter between the box and the tv line out of the box to the in of the splitter any port out of the splitter to the tv the problem you are having is called ghosting
Hate to say this, but when power outages occur, things like vcr's are the first thing to fry. But if you feel that the vcr is fine as far as powering up, then unplug it from the wall socket for 30 minutes or so, plug back in and see results.
After days of frustration the real problem was with the cable box. It needed a firmware update. Following forum advice I disconnected the cable box power cord for a few minutes, reconnected it, allowed the cable box to reinitialize. Turned off receiver and TV. Turned TV back on and set it to HDMI connection, turned on receiver and all worked fine. Great picture and sound.( Needed to buy an optical cable to go from the cable box to the receiver to get sound from the speaker system. )--the dirtybird
If you were using RCA cables, you may have had them hooked up wrong. I know this may sound like an easy fix, but I still hook them up wrong from time to time. Especially if there are more than one set of RCA hook-ups on the back of the unit. If you were using a S-video cable you shouldn't have to use RCA cables, if you had both hooked up that could cause your DVD/VCR unit to not work properly and only get a partial feed to the TV. I hope this helps a little. Good luck.
Ifyou do not see the VCR/TV button switch on the front panel, then its a problem most likly with the firmware in the microprocessor. If you do see the VCR/TV indicator switching in or on the front panel display, most likly a defective RF modulator/switcher or RF antenna pack. You may still be able to get one from like MCM or tritronics or PTS corp can rebuild it for you. I have seen this type of break down many times with VCR's as we used to do hundreds of VCR repairs a day as we did factory service for several companies in the NY/NJ area. Good Luck
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Make sure the TV setting is set to or .
A power surge may have reset your ?cable-ready? TV. Check the cable setting on your TV and make sure it is set to or .
If a VCR is connected:
* The VCR needs to be on channel 4.
* VCR may not be ?fine-tuned? to channel 4. Locate and adjust the fine-tuning mechanism until the picture comes in clearly.
* The <3/4> switch may be in the wrong position. Locate the switch on the back of the VCR and set it to <4>.
If a converter is connected:
* Make sure the TV is on channel 4.
* TV may not be ?fine-tuned? to channel
Locate and adjust the fine-tuning mechanism until the picture comes in clearly.
* Determine if the converter is bad. Locate the cable wire coming in to the room and connect it directly to the back of the TV. If the picture is clear, your converter needs to be exchanged. Give us a call or stop by your local office and we?ll switch out your equipment.
Check the fine-tuning of your TV