I got a second hand tv....sound and video was working fine when i checked at seller's house. After i took it to my place and switched it on there was no sound, but video was fine. i tried audio out jacks it didnt work, just for checking i tried 'audio in' from my music system, speakers still dint work....i thought it was some audio amp problem in tv. therefore i used vcr for audio out all these days. Now after two weeks, video is also gone. when i switch it on i just hear a click sound and black screen. standby light gives 3 flashes only once and after a short pause gives 4 flashes, pause and 4 flashes again..this goes on. please help !!!! is it an expensive fix ?
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Sounds strange indeed. All other devices; except the TV works fine with all power sockets at your house!! Just replace the power pin, at the end of the TV power cord and check. There is nothing more to check for you. It it too do not help you, contact any service technician. Electro help
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*Check that the input mode of the TV is appropriate for the connector in use on the system.
*There may be a problem with the AV cable in use. Try using another cable that is compatible with the PS3 system.
*If the video output settings on the system do not match those of the
cable or TV in use, there may be no picture. If the screen goes blank,
turn off the system. Then, with only the system and the TV connected,
touch the system's power button for more than 5 seconds to turn the
system back on. The video output settings will automatically be reset
to the standard resolution.
*If the resolution of the video content is not supported by the TV in
use, when the video is played the screen may go blank. If this happens,
go to the screen for selecting the resolution in the system's video
output settings, select "Custom" and then select all the resolutions
that are supported by the TV.
The wireless controller does not function.
*When using the wireless controller, you must pair it with the system and assign it a controller number. With the system turned on (power indicator on the system front is lit solid green), connect the system and the controller using the USB cable, and then press the PS button on the controller.
*Reset the wireless controller by pushing the reset button on the controller rear with a sharp-tipped object such as a pen.
Pairing your PlayStation 3 controller with another system will reset its frequency and you will need to pair it with your own again. If I recall, you cannot pair a controller through a USB hub, it must be a direct USB connection to the PlayStation 3.
You have to connect extra red & white audio cable from your TV's (or cable box, if you have one) AUDIO OUT to the Home Theater's AUX IN 2 at the back (below Video In). Set the HTS unit to AUX 2 using the AUX button on the remote control and you should be able to get sound.
My guess is that you have a frame collapse. This is run by a circuit in the TV that opens the screen from top to bottom. If it was a second hand purchase then this could be due to general failure. I would return it to the seller for repairs, Good Luck, JUS004