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One Station only no sound but great picture. The additional digital channels with that station work fine.

All other channels work fine and the two additonal stations that are part of the one that has no sound work fine

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Some of the channels have moved. So your TV might be picking them up differently. You need to do a Full Factory Reset tuning rather than just a rescan.

Rescan simply looks at the place holders where the old channels were stored and refreshes them. A Factory Reset (A.K.A. Shipping Condition) wipes the channel memories and starts again fresh.

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SOURCE: picture problem when changing channels

Are you using a cable box or a satelitte reciever? If so i would suspect them first. If not, unplug the TV for 2 minutes and try again.

Posted on Feb 09, 2007

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SOURCE: Picture will not stay in after 4 seconds of power...

check the auto darkness feature

it in the manual

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

SOURCE: no sound on hd tv on just one station

put tv on ch 2 and locate MTS button and press it till the sound comes back min English
Electrode.

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SOURCE: changed station and lost picture, have sound and cablefunctions.

Try unplugging it, wait a minute, plug back in.

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SOURCE: Vizio 32lcd turns itself off on certain station

Do a full channel scan again. It should solve that problem.

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