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Insignia 27", no picture, clicks on and off by itself

I am at a loss as to what to do, have unplugged, and plugged back in. Still does it. TV is only 13 months old (figures not less than a year)

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Re: insignia 27", no picture, clicks on and off by itself

Had same problem with a 24" Insignia. Took it back to BestBuy who sent it in for repair. Repair ticket listed problem as a couple of "cold" solder joints. Apparently correct as set has worked fine ever since I get it back.

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Unplug the TV from AC mains wall socket, and re-plug it back after 10 minutes or so. This will make TV to a hard reset. It must work properly after this, if no other circuit problem persists. If it do not help you, the main system memory IC need replacement. Contact any experienced service technician.

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if you want to eliminate magnetism, you have to degauss the screen, if you don't know how to do that, here is a small guide for that:

but that strange shutting down its the transistor... so your best choice is to send it to a repairman to change the transistor..
if you try to do that for your self, you could even get shocked with the electricity contained in the tv... even if its turned off and unplugged..

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There is about an inch on each side of my screen that is cut off and I can't see it. What do I do because I don't have the remote? I have the Insignia NS-27HDT 27". thank you.

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Ok, I had the exact same problem last summer, and Kevellen told me of a problem that Insignia tv's have: the circuit that controls whether the tv is off or on is messed up, and it can be fixed, but its not cheap.

Anyway, if the t.v. is still under warranty, I would say return it to the store and see if you cant get a new one, and from what I researched online after this incident, I will not buy an Insignia aver again.
hope this helps,

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Try unplugging the cord for a few seconds and then plug back in. This happens on one of our TVs. Using this procedure takes care of the problem. It is like something needs to be reset.

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Tv turned off while wathcing, can turn back on but no picture.

This sounds to be a faulty flyback transformer, as it heats it gets a shorted winding and the protection circuit shuts the set down to avoid big sparks.
this is not a user solvable problem unfortunately and i would recommend taking it to an electronics repair shop and getting a quote for repair.

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it is due to power supply failure. 1 check for loose contact in power supply. 2 it might be due to plug or socket loose. 3 switching circuit failure in power supply. good luck.

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Is the hissing or static sound comming from the speakers or from the back of the set itself?? Need more info please.

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