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try another USB cable/usb port. if that doesn't work: For windows--check under device manager>>disk drives>>look for vtech nand1>>right click--uninstall>>unplug the toy>>plug it back in>>turn it on>>try to access Learning Lodge again. For Mac>>open Disk Utility while toy isnot connected to toy.>>plug toy to computer>>turn it on>>look for anything that says vtech.if you do go to Learning Lodge--send error report--call vtech
This could be a few possible issues. What you can try depending on your setup, is 1st to try and connect your ps3 to a different telly using the same cables if possible, like if you had it connected to hd telly with hdmi cable, use this setup on another telly to see if you have the same problem. If it's the same on the 2nd telly then it's the hdmi cable that's the problem, just replace and you should be good to go, but if it works on the 2nd telly then you will have to adjust some settings usually a resolution issue on the 1st telly. You can also try using an analogue cable that came with the ps3 to see if that works. If it was the analogue cable you were using anyway you may need to get a new one, but try on another telly 1st to be sure. It's most likely just a resolution issue but if you have the same problem on 2 tellys it's probably the cable then. Hope this helps
Hi this is a very common problem, the problem is to do with the inverter board inside the telly this board will need replacing before the telly will work again, its not something you can do yourself as the inverter board requires the whole telly to be taken apart and the screen coming out of the case just to get to the inverter, shop around some of the tv repair shops and see what prices you can get,
if the telly is less than a year old then have a word with the shop you bought it from as you may be covered by warranty as you usually get 12months warranty.
if its older than 3 years then you would be better off replacing the telly as it wont be long before something else starts failing on it.
let me know if you need further assistance ok
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im sorry i couldnt give you an easy fix but without getting this inverter board changed it just wont work, the board itself is not that expensive to buy but its the hourly rate that costs so shop around and see what quotes you can get on the cost of repair, check any warranty first as this fault will be covered
hi, if you have a device plugged into the telly that gives you the picture such as sky or cable then the best thing to do is disconnect this device from the back of your telly then switch the telly and this device off at the mains, then re-fit all the cables making sure they are connected properly then switch it all on.
now check if you have sound also make sure the tells is on the correct input for that decice and also make sure the mute button has not been pressed on the telly remote or on the remote of the device you use to watch telly, if after doing all that it still dont work then the chances are something has blown on the amp in the telly.
make sure you double check all the leads going into the telly to rule out a faulty lead causing you the problems
Dont know spec of this model but if it has a CRT (glass tube) display rather than a LCD one, clicking at switch on is idicative of a power supply overload which, 99 times out of a hundred on a CRT telly is down to a fault in the power supply itself or the line output stage (the bit that generates the very high voltages in CRT tellys and also makes the picture scan left to right).
In short, not a DIY fix - take it to a repair shop.
I am a sky engineer (not a subby)
the reason this does not come on straight away is because a Scart lead send power upto your telly when it is turned on. Telling the telly that this is what you want.
Unfortunately HDMI does not send power upto the telly. There are ways around this. ON Samsung, Panasonic and Lg tellys you can go into a secret menu and apply something called HOTEL MODE this allows you to change the av input so it would automatically come on your hdmi 1,2,3, etc
In your case follow my instructions below
go to the hdmi you are using for your Hd
on the sky remote
Press SELECT and GREEN until LED flashes twice.
Press HELP then SELECT and the LED will flash Twice. what this mean is when you press your Sky button, tv guide, services or interactive button to turn the sky on this will automatically change your av/source on your telly to the sky HD for you