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Loss of picture

We experienced a power outage at the house, after which the TV has a blue screen for all the inputs. Audio can be heard. This happened once before, a repairman came out and "reset" something and it was fine. Anyone know what was reset and how to do it?

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Fixed this problem today.. Go to Menu > Setup > AV Connections (Select Home Theater) > "Locked to Input 1", select "No" or "Off". Voila!

Posted on Aug 10, 2007

  • Dean Stewart
    Dean Stewart May 23, 2011

    Our VS-60603 had the same issue......Go to Menu > Setup > AV Connections (Select Home Theater) > "Locked to Input 1", select "No" or "Off".....this fixed it perfectly!!

    Thank You!!!

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Have you tried resetting the reset button on the back?

Posted on Aug 07, 2007

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