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'no signal input'

Suddenly TV went black, use of remote turned TV on with D-sub in righttop corner for 3 secs followed by 'no signal input' in center of screen lssting 5 secs

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Re: 'no signal input'

D-Sub is usually used for input from a computer, make sure the TV's input source is set to Analogue or Digital (or DTV) as it seems to be set to accept input from a computer, if you do not have a computer connected, then this is why it is complaining of no signal. It will not automatically defer to normal TV without being told to do so, have a look in the manual, or guess around the remote control to change the source of the signal.

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