Question about Televison & Video
TV is probably about 5 years old or older, I cannot see where the antenna must plug in at the back of the TV
When looking at the back of the TV it is towards the bottom furthest right of all the connections!
Posted on Nov 16, 2014
Testimonial: "Thanks, but there is nothing there but a hole, I am not sure if my Mom's TV might be broken there or not as there are no antenna symbols at the back of the TV anywhere. Could I get antenna to go into DVD player first then from DVD to TV via HD cable, would this enable her to watch TV that way?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tedelex EC-PD2000 42" plasma TV
Yes, I had the same problem, it happened after 14 months of
my purchase, or just 2 months after expiry date of warranty. But remember they
have 60,000 hours warranty on screen and this fault is part of screen (no
picture J it
is screen problem), I called LG, first they did not accept the claim but soon
after I mentioned that I have done many research and this is very common
problem due to use of faulty part or unreliable design, and if they don't fix
it on their cost I will take legal action, one of the supervisor contacted me
and after saying LALALALALALALALALALA accepted to send someone to fix with no
cost. But I have found out they did to many others whom take this mater serious
so it was not just me alone J They are aware of
using faulty part is some ranges of their products and now this common problem
appears, LG don’t like it and wants to somehow get away. ((((((((((So don’t let
it happen))))))))) some of us paid around $5000 to $7000 when this TV came out,
recently price went down to around $2000. CALL THEM and ask FIX or COURT? For sure
they fix it for you free of charge J
Imagine how much would it cost them to
recall all TVs which they know is faulty?
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
SOURCE: Periodic tv screen blackouts
The problem is your cable box. I know you said you replaced it, but I work on TV's everyday and, sorry to say this but cable box HDMI outputs have serious issues, like no or intermittent sound and video. I have seen customers exchange their cable boxes 5 and 6 times and still have the problem. Your best bet is to use the component outputs of your cable box, visually you will not see a picture difference between component and HDMI when using a cable box. Your other solution is to get satellite; I have NEVER seen an HDMI issue with a satellite box
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
This problem is probably due to weak signal strength from the cable to the television. Buy a signal amplifier for you cable line in and use another cable out of the amplifier output to your Television input signal source, This should bring up the signal strength for you.You could also have your cable company check the input signal strength to you house or apartment and see if the cable itself needs repairing or replacing.If this does not help with your problem , then you need to have your television tuners signal input circuit tested it may have weakened from age. This may be adjustable in the tuner box, but this is something for a service technician to determine. customer service number for Insignia is 1-877467-4289. Hope this helps you with your problem
Posted on May 13, 2009
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