Question about Insignia Televison & Video
I've tried playing around with the settings in an attempt to rid myself of the noise but to no avail. The only thing that seemed to affect it seemed to be the backlight. Should I look into purchasing a new tv or is there a solution?
It sounds as if there is a small arc or short inside the TV. This could potentially be repaired easily by an electronics professional, perhaps as simple as a cracked solder joint or a loose connection somewhere. Get a quote for repair from a repair shop and compare that to the cost of replacing to best decide whether to replace the TV or not.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi there, (as far as I know :P) all these tv/monitor cords are the same...you can even use the one from your home computer. If you have a homecomputer try that powercord, if that works. then thrifstores are full of these for around a dollar. Radioshack and the like will have them too, but it could run upto $20....You can also try computerparts stores...These cords are all over. I have an old crt monitor of wich the power cord fits into my 2008 32" lcd tv....
Good luck and if this has (or not) helped you, then please rate, thank you!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
You can change this option by going to the "Channels" menu and selecting "Auto Channel Search." Additional details can be foundat InsigniaProducts.com, under the Support tab for your TV.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
SOURCE: Purchased Insignia 22
The remote that you list is the remote control for that model of set. When you have the original remote there is no code to enter into the remote. That remote is dedicated to that set.
If you are having trouble operating the TV with the remote do this:
1) Unplug the TV.
2) Remove the batteries from the remote.
3) Allow both to sit for fifteen minutes - this allows for a complete reset. Some say 15 seconds will do it but not always.
4) Plug the set back in.
5) Reinstall the batteries, paying close attention to the correct polarity. 6) Try the remote.
If the remote still will not operate the set the next step is to take the remote to your local repair shop. Almost all of us have an infrared detector that will show whether the remote is puting out any signal. Your local technician can take it from there.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
The damage actually occurred on the LCD (liquid crystal display) itself, not on the screen. Therefore, when the tv is switched off, no damage is visible. What happens is that when it is turned on, the liquid crystals "leak" because the display is broken. This is why you can see lines and a small dent. Depending on the tv, replacement LCD panels may be sold separately, though chances are that it would cost less to simply buy a new tv. Thanks for your post, and I wish you the best of luck! Sincerely, Der Strom
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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