Question about Vizio E550VA 55 in. LCD TV
GBive the TV set a sharp rap on the side, don't knock the set over! There may be a loose connection for the power supply.
Posted on Jun 30, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
for your VP50, it could just be simple as a power supply but it could also means more. Do you have the amber LED light when off and green when on? if so, try the main board first. If that doesn't resolve the problem, then change the sustainer boards.
Posted on May 30, 2009
I had the same problem after having a Vizio for 2 and a half years. I
left the room for a minute, i came back and the screen went black.
There was still power to the unit and you could see that the back light
was working, just no picture, no sound, and you couldn't use any of the
buttons. The only way to turn it off was to unplug it. It would then
start up, with the Vizio logo going from orange to white, and then do
the same thing all over, no pic or sound.
HOW I FIXED MINE:Look through the back vents for a white light to make sure the backlight still works. I ordered a new "main PCB" from tigerdirectparts.com (you can also use searspartsdirect.com). This is the circuit board with all of the inputs on it (hdmi, cable, etc.) I opened it up, disconnected the old one, put in a new one and now it works fine. I used both serial numbers on the board to search for it online. It cost me $144 to do it, but that's better than $450 for a new TV. My tv is the vx32l hdtv10a. I hope that helps.
For me the part number was either (depending on the vendor) : 0171 2272 2174 or it was 3632 0212 0150. Check your circuit and see if any of those numbers match up.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
You don't use it you lose it. Its probably condensation on the circuits. Use a room fan to dry it off after a few weeks.
Posted on Dec 10, 2010
Not sure what model you are talking about, but in general it would be helpful to check the setup menu on the TV. The menu will typically display regardless of the display settings. A factory reset of all the controls may help. (This is in the manual for your model #.) Also check the input cables as well as then input settings in the menu for each input you want to see on the screen.
Posted on Jan 15, 2015
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