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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to see if the cable is properly connected. Both on the TV, Video and DVD points. If it's a SCART, does it have a small switch on it? Also check settings to see of there might be a PAL/NTSC issue.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
Its quite possible your laptop has lost its association with your TV as a "secondy monitor".
To check this, minimise everything and right click on the desktop and go to Properties. Then navigate to the settings tab. This will show you how many displays it considers itself to have.
Click on number 2 (if visable) and click on extend my windows desktop to this monitor.
You should now be able to go between screens
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
My sister-in-law has exactly the same problem and is a common one with this unit.
I've spoken to a technician who says that:
1. Hitachi are withdrawing from Australia and there are VERY limited service centres left
2. The problem is a chip on the main board and depending when the TV was made will determine whether the chip is a plu-in or soldered on to the main board - if it's the latter, you'll be up for a main board at around $400
3. He couldn't get the price of the plug-in chip because he couldn't get through to Hitachi.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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