Question about Insignia LCDTV26 26 in. Television
TURN ON GET BACKGROUND LIGHT ON THE SCREEN COMES ON FOR A SECOND THEN GOES OFF, NO PICTURE OR SOUND, NO CHANNEL NUMBER DISPLAYED, ONCE TV IS TURNED ON, THE GREEN ON LIGHT STAYS ON UNTIL TURNED OFF, OPENED UP TV, CANNOT SEE ANY BLOWN CAPACITORS OR BROKEN PCB
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SBlinking green light
Have you tried disconnecting the power from the wall? Or power cycling your entire entertainment center? Possibly even check to make sure the VGA cable (or any other cable) didn't somehow come looose?
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
I have Philips 42pf9431d/37b and i re hucked up my tv.
It truns on and goes to green and red how can i solve it.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
I had the same problem on my Sharp LC-32SB24U Liquid Crystal TV. When I couldn't find any solutions on this site, I looked elsewhere on the internet. I found two credible leads.
First, supposedly, this is a known problem that is caused by a known problem with Verizon FIOS. Apparently, there's a problem that Verizon knows about that has to do with the signal between the Set Top Box (STB) and the TV, via the HDMI cable. Other posters on other sites said that the problem is more common with the 7100 series STB's and that the problem is not as rampant on the 6400 series STB's. (Mine is a 7200 series STB.) I have not called Verizon yet, but other posters said that Verizon just says that you'll have to use a set of basic red, yellow, and white cables, versus and HDMI cable, until Verizon gets the bugs out of the system.
The other credible lead revolves around unplugging the TV for two minutes and then plugging it back in. Simple.
Here's what I did, and it worked!
I unplugged the STB and let it sit for 5 minutes. Then, when I plugged the STB back in and powered itself back up, my problem was solved! (Before I did this, I tried just unplugging my HDMI cable to rely solely on my basic connector cables, but that didn't do anything for me.)
Good luck all!
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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