Question about Televison & Video
Buttons 3,6,9,- Volumn up & down ARE NOT WORKING. NOT A BATTERY PROBLEM! HOW DO I FIX?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Vizio GV42L 42 in. LCD
May be a bad power supply, which is a common problem with these units.I have a GV42L 42" manufactured in march 2007. It works perfect except the screen has a fracture on it. The warranty is voided because we damaged the screen. I can sell this to somone who has a good screen but needs boards or speakers, etc. Or I will buy your tv that has a good screen but damaged boards in it.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
SOURCE: JK321 32
well this is common on your model and could be a few different things. one is the video circuit and a cost would range around 100.00. the other is a weak picture tube this would cost more than the TV new. sometimes when it is the tube we can adjust it but it does not always last long. sounds to me it would be better to invest into a newer TV in this case.
good luck :)
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
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Turn on your VIZIO HDTV. Press the orange button with the "VIZIO" logo, which looks like a letter "V" with a triangular wedge in the center. If there is no VIZIO logo button, press the "Menu" button. Press the "Right Arrow" button twice to highlight the "Setup" icon, which looks like a wrench.
Press the "Down Arrow" button three times to highlight the "Wide" menu item. Press the "Left Arrow" or "Right Arrow" buttons repeatedly until the correct aspect ratio is selected. "Normal" is for a standard definition 480i signal, which has a 3:4 aspect ratio. "Wide" is for high definition signals, and has a 16:9 aspect ratio. "Panoramic" stretches the outside of the image while keeping the center at the normal aspect ratio. "Zoom" enlarges the image on the screen. Press the "Last" button twice to close the VIZIO on-screen menu.
Watch the image on the screen of your VIZIO HDTV to ensure that the picture is at the right aspect ratio. If it still looks distorted, it's most likely because you chose the wrong aspect ratio setting, because your source device is set incorrectly or because you used the wrong connection method.
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