Question about Televison & Video
Does it turn black after about 10-15 seconds? My 40" Viore had the same problem. After trial and error, I finally fixed the problem. There is a motherboard with a cable wire coming from one end to another motherboard. 3 wires. If you remove this wire and kind of jiggle it it in, barely touching the contact points, you will see the image stay on longer than 15 seconds. You have to cut one of the wires on the board with all the inputs, VGA, HDMI, power cord, etc. I have taken pics but have not taken them out of the camera yet. If interested, post back here and I'll (hopefully) get them out. But a word of caution: my 40" inch TV motherboard may be different than your 32" inch.
Posted on Mar 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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