Question about Vizio L32 32 in. LCD HDTV
I recently purchased my vizio 32 inch television and when i first connected it it was working fine but now after a day or so the screen started changing to different components on its own but now all together it is showing no display. when ever there is a signal to be displayed the screen just shows black. i can hear the audio from the television but i cant see anything. when i change the input to something thats not connected like component when it trys to show the no signal message it starts flickering black and returns to that screen again because im guessing its having trouble displaying the image but when the no signal message leaves it just stays blue and it doesnt change black at all im guessing cause it is not trying to display anything. if anyone knows how to resolve this please let me know as soon as possible and thank you
I just spent an hour trying to fix the VIZIO with the same problem. The screen had no picture at all, but could hear the sound perfectly!! But we i figured out the solution! UNPLUG THE CABLE BOX AND LET IT RE-BOOT! and it WORKED!!!!!
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
Put off the TV Using the remote .Then unplug the TV 's power line from power source.Allow this for Just Over one minute .Then plug back the powerline and your TV should be okay.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
Sounds like video problems of course, but not sure its from what you are plugging in your set. can you get a good cable channel or antenna atleast. If so then the problem lies in your video input. Try DVD, VCR, etc. and see if problems the same on all inputs. It's HD make sure you are component cable ready. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 14, 2007
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