I bought the Plasma screen along with an Elonex Media system, the Elonex connected via the PC port and operated just fine. However since then I have tried to hook up various systems (Sony Vaio, DVD-HD Recorder, Satellite box)to my plasma using various input boards ( DVI, SCART, S-Video & Component ) all with the same result. The plasma displays the image transmitted to it for about 30 mins from cold and then just goes to a blank screen (no signal) if you then turn the plasma to either standby or off for approx 5 mins then back on the picture returns but now for only about 5 mins then goes off again and this continues. I have checked all the power save options and all seems fine. Can anyone help.
This is an issue with IC 803 on the Z board. This is a 3.3 V regulator that supplies this voltage to the slot card cage. Most input boards use this voltage EXCEPT the component board which is why it keeps playing along whike the DVI, HDMI, or composite signals will cut out after warm-up.
This is a surface mount multi-pin IC and is a bit tricky to replace. The entire board is PN# TNPA3198xx with suffix determined by what model 7 series plasma you have.
This was a problem from around Nov. 2004 to Mar. 2005
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Hi, The first thing to do is troubleshoot your TV independent to any other service provider that has a box that probably connects to your TV via a HDMI cable or old version scart.
Simply turn off your TV and turn off the socket that the TV is plugged in for 20 mins. Also turn of any Virgin media boxes.
After 20 mins turn on the TV. Do not worry if you get a message saying no signal detected. Wait and see if the TV stays on with no messages such as auto-standby. If the TV remains on with no problems then turn on your Virgin Media Box. The box will need to initialise ( about 30 seconds ) and then the TV should recognise the HDMI signal and you will see the Virgin TV.
If your TV turns off at any point during this process you have a fault with the TV, If when you turn on the Virgin box and no signal is detected you have either a cable connection problem or a Virgin Box problem, so using your TV REMOTE turn your TV back to ARIEL input to receive the normal television broadcasts via your Ariel that give you the normal freeview television that all modern TV's can receive, if you can get the normal reception contact virgin support who will troubleshoot your problem.
switch off.wait for 5 mins.
press & hold power button till it turns on then off.
ifno luck try this-
switch on by pressing power button while holding volume + and -.
keep hold of both until powers on.
can take few mins.
hi First, remember the old HDMI reset tech tip. Unplug all HDMI cables (one end will do.) Then remove power from all things in play. No, not just turned off but remove the AC. Wait 5 to 10 minutes, hookup re -test thanks
the port is for msx12 serial sim... what u else need except the internet sim is the driver in cd which u got along with the sim, the cd contains a driver which will directly make icon on your desktop as a dial up connection, from there u can through the internet, but my suggestion, go for broadband.. dial up.. that also wireless wil not give satisfying speed..
Make sure the wireless adapter is enabled on the elonex laptop and its properly installed.
Connect wirelessly on the elonex one laptop using the same SSID and security key that you used on your main laptop.
Do a master reset
1. unplug the TV from the wall
2. remove the batteries from the remote
3. wait 24 hrs
4. plug TV into the wall socket
5. install batteries in remote
6. hold power on button for minimum 10 seconds
This was given to me by the Hisense service line and worked for my TV.
I think the problem is the screen resolution and size of your pc is not matching the resolution size of your tv or is not compatable at the size you have it on or you may have to change to 4:3 ratio from widescreen.
In your manual it will tell you the resolution sizes that you tv uses.
You would probably be better also using the VGA to DVI lead, thats if it came with the tv (it does in the UK) as it supports higher wide screen resolution, whereas VGA will only support 1024 x 768 or there abouts.