My ilo 26hd tv broke down right after my 1 year warranty with the manufacturer, when i try to turn it on just the blue screen appears and says no signal, i cant change channels or volume or component or nothing not even with the control. Does anyone know what is wrong with it? Or does anyone know how much it cost to repair? Does anyone repair?.
Me too, me too!
I won the TV at a 7-11 grand opening.
It did not work well with my TV antenna (don't have cable or satellite).
Instead I used it as computer monitor. There was a DVI connector in back of the TV.
It worked well, though sometimes I needed to use the remote to change the TV from DVI to HD mode and back to DVI to get the display to work.
Recently I turned it on and got a blue screen on the DVI screen. There is a message of "no signal". It would not respond to the remote or the control buttons on the side of the TV. I hooked it up to my DVD player and got the same response.
I guess I was lucky. I had use of it for almost a year. Others I have seen have problems afterr only a few months. It is hard to return to my "comparitively" little 17 inch monitor.
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most of the new TV's use a SCAT plug to allow connection of a PC or laptop. I doubt that this TV has that sophistication. The ISB will not do it and neither will S VIDEO.
As for the cable you could try a male to male plug to mnake a coaxial connection. These TV's were made to a price for walmart and you got what you paid for which was a cheap TV. There was no warranty offered by Walmart for these either
I am sorry, Thats the one manufacturer that I diont have any experience with. although I would quess that its a signal processor that may be at fault being that you cant switch inputs.I would try to resubmitt your request to one of the other experts that may be famillar with that manufacturer.