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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi,,., i saw your concern... i worked for a big company whose supporting tv remote and universal remote... we reset remote by removing the batteries and by pressing all of the buttons twice (take not each and every button) by doing this it will discharged the power consume in the battery. and also check if there is a jammed or stucked button, or check if there will be a Function button... hope this may help
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
this problem sounds like the main video board. Try this... take the back panel off the tv and on the right side, take the cover panel off the board with all of the inputs, next, take a screwdriver and with the handle of it, tap on the tuner (this is the little shiny metal box with 1 wire and multiple connections soldered onto the main board) and see if the screen goes blue or loss of picture. Note: tv must be powered on, and with a nice clear picture in order to see results. If this is the case then you will either have to get the main board and replace it
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: Sound only works with HD, not SD
Check the setup menus of the Insignia TV, as most sets have an advanced setting hidden deep in the setup menu to use the HDMI cable for sound - OR- use component RCA inputs for sound. My Philips TV has this.
It's odd that this only shows up for SD content...I would see if there is a firmware update available for that from the manufacturer. The one thing that you see lots of firmware fixes for are HDMI issues.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
SOURCE: I recently bought a Technika
To start, ensure that you have turned off the LCD TV and disconnected power cord for two minutes, then connect HDMI cable to Sagem box and restart first box, then TV. This will reset the TV.
The TV is supposed to handshake and accept the box signal automatically (for that reason there is no settings), setting itself to proper definition. If this does not happen, then the TV may be defective. Test the TV using different devices that may use HD signal (console, BRD etc.).
On the Sagem box all you can check is PAL/NTSC settings.In Europe you use PAL, but the Sony TV may be able to accept both settings.
If the TV is still giving the problem, and the problem occurs with different HD devices, get back to Tesco and get it replaced (you have one year warranty).
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
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