Question about Dynex 32 in. LCD Flat-Panel HDTV
Tv went out during storm. (Surge possibly from cable box; did it another tv after the first one). Friend look at it. Nothing fried. He's been told its in "protection mode". Need firmware to reset it. Needs me to find out where to download it to a flash drive so he can reset it. Anybody know?
The protected mode kicks in when there is a safety issue with the receiver. This
usually comes from an overload to the system via a short in the system
or perhaps a surge in power. Your receiver shuts down, and you'll need
to shut the entire system down to fix it.
In some older homes, some of the wiring doesn't deliver the "cleanest" power, delivering minor power surges to the items you plug directly into the wall. If your receiver is plugged directly into the wall, purchase a surge protector to stop this
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Posted on Jul 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fuzzy pic on Dynex 32 LCD TV
I am sumising that you have checked the menu controls on your tv and are recieving your signal from the cable box , so therefore if it is not comong from the Aerial and direct from the cable company then the picture should be clear .. However sometimes people dont check to see if the signal is RGB or composite from the box RGB is usually best if you have a scart socket connection or SVHS if your set has that capability .. sometimes people have an old VHs recorder and the sinal is coming from that to the set through the Aerail fly lead if it is you will probably find they are conflicting giving you a poor picture retune your Video to another channel instructions should be in its manuel if not come back to me ... reagrds Vortash
Posted on May 01, 2009
It sounds like the main power supply is trying to startup but failed because there is short circuits or the main power supply is bad.
Look at the power supply first since it is easier to get to, look for burnt parts, bad capacitors, etc.
Please post back what you find.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
That "Tech" is full of hot air, I have never heard of such rubbish!
Above is your manual. have a look for your self. Now IF you can do Picture in Picture, then technically, there are TWO tuners, BUT one cannot work, and the other not, I do NOT know what that Tech is on about I suspect he is BSing you... If channels are Blocked, then it is maybe something wrong with the cable, or the strength of the signal, or something else, But there are NO "Tuners" that are going faulty, this is NOT how a TV receiver works.
Does this Dynex model have multiple tuners: NO If so, can they go bad : Yes, as could any electronic bit. maybe the ONLY tuner has faulted, but I don't think so. Tuners usually work, or don't. but still may pay to take to a professional and ask them to check the tuner?
Are the tuners replaceable: YES.
will the rest of the tuners eventually go out and I will end up replacing the TV:. NO, well depending if there is any fault, maybe.
Again I have never heard such BS, EVER.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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