I have a plasma TV that is about two years old. It is connected to a HDD and Foxtel. Yesterday someone pressed something on one of the remotes and now we have no picture. There is sound and the channels change but no picture. Anyone know how to fix it?
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Hello No. Ofcourse not. What are you saying. Smoke over the TV! Switch it OFF. There is something wrong with its internal circuit. Any capcitor or resistor burns. Cannot troubleshoot remotedly to this fault. Plasma TVs may heat up to an extent, and there will be fans at the top of them to **** out the heat produced while it works. Look, whther the fans are working. If not replace them or findount the reason. A plasma Tv; whatever old it is; won't blow out smoke at all. OK.
samsung 42" plasma hooked up to LG vcr/dvd combo and foxtel IQ box. all working but only by plugging vcr cable into video camera sockets on side of plasma tv?? reason only place with a yellow plug socket? on rear of tv colours are only red,green.blue? and white. nothing for the yellow can you give any advice on correct hookup proccedure please.
The unit was being manufactured in the early to mid 2000's but I believe is not out of production. It is NOT an HDV. Here are the specs for the TV.
Compact Flash Card
without Digital Tuner
DVD Player / Recorder
Multi Channel Receiver
Multi Channel Receiver Type
Common Interface Slot
Screen Size in cm
Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Screen Size in Inches
Secure Digital Card
Energy Savings Trust Feature
Smart Media Card
Type of Monitor
Plasma Display, Plasma
Horizontal Resolution in Pixel
Vertical Resolution in Pixel
Brightness in Candela/m²
without Full HD (1080p)
without Digital Tuner
Not HD Ready
without LED Backlight
Energy Saving Trust Feature
NO WEB CONTENT ACCESS
It is very likely that cross talk does corrupt the link but for Panasonic to "blame" anyone else is not very professional. Anyway, if it worked for 6 months perhaps disconnecting the Foxtel IQ and reestablishing the Viera link with the Panasonic devices then reconnecting the Foxtel IQ for another 6 months of happy viewing. This is not a permanent solution but the alternative doesn't seem to be an option.
hi there, i have the LG 50in Plasma and just updated the channel connection by doing the following:
1. Make sure your remote is in "TV" mode.
1. Press the Menu button.
2. Highlight "Auto-program" (Should be the first item on the Menu)
3. Scroll over to "To Start" and press OK.
The TV will automatically search for all available analogue, digital and HD signals and may take a few minutes.
Once complete, it will return to the last program you were on and you will find all channels available.
To check the guide or the time, you need to press the "guide" button. Make sure your remote is in "TV" mode. Alternatively, pressing OK at any time shows you the time and channel that you are on.
I had this exact same problem, which was continuous pink bands or lines that rolled upwards, as well as a continuous hum or buzz. This problem was isolated to Foxtel; it didn't happen with the DVD. Differently, this problem happened immediately I changed from my really old TV to a new LCD TV. I experimented with the leads (Scart or otherwise) too without change. So I got Foxtel to come and have a look and the guy brought with him what he called an "isolator" which was a small box-shaped thing (about 3inches by 2 inches) that he added to the cable's its exterior connection point. Immediate and complete solution - no more lines or buzz!