Question about Westinghouse TX-42F430S Television
Tv has picture and video but no sound/audio
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
FOUND A SOLUTION! (at least in my case) thanks to some creative Google searching...
Apparently the HDMI ports can get into a state where they are unable to negotiate the input signal properly. The way to "clear" the ports and allow the HDMI signal to be detected is to perform a "reset" on the unit.
Just turn the set off using the power button on the right side of the unit. Then, press and HOLD the power button for at least 10 seconds, then release.
The set should turn on and essentially do a "reboot" where it displays the Westinghouse logo. After that your HDMI ports should be functional again.
It worked for me :-) Best of luck..
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
More likely it's because of power circuit of your TV set. If you are not trained enough in repairing TV sets, appeal to your local repair center
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 27, 2010
SOURCE: what is the weight of
I found 2 different sources online that list the weight as either 61.1 lbs or 68.1 lbs. I think the 61.1 is more accurate for the bare TV without the stand or anything attached. But keep in mind that when mounting a flat panel TV to a wall, you should secure it with hardware rated for much higher weight tolerances. Many mounting brackets for TVs of this size are rated for 150 - 200 lbs, and for good reason. Consider a situation where someone trips and catches his balance on the wall-mounted TV. The TV is already putting 61 lbs of pressure on the bracket, so any force from any other contact is added to that. It doesn't take much to add up to 100 lbs or more. If the mount breaks free from the wall, you'll have damage to the TV, the wall, the mount, and any furniture or flooring beneath the TV, so the best advice is to mount it as if it weighed about 150 lbs. The 7 lbs +/- difference in reported weights won't matter at all.
Posted on Jan 25, 2011
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SOURCE: My husband owns a 42",
The T'Con board of your HDTV has got damaged. This is the board that delivers signals from video amplifier section to its display section. In this case, all other sections of your tV will be functional except the display. Replacing T'Con board is really a skilled work indeed. This board can be located at the center of the screen inside your TV. normally coverd with a metal shield to protect it and to get heat out of it. If your TV is a new one, having guarantee even now, just get it repaired by the Authorised Service Center. If it has no guarantee at all, get it repaired by any expereienced service technican. This board will cost about 15% of the total cost of the TV . It can be bought from most of the electronic spare part shops at your town. It will have a number, printed on the board. The same number should be selected and fitted. There are some service mode adjustments have to do after the repacement of this board. An experienced service person only can do these. OK.
Posted on Aug 10, 2011
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