Question about Insignia 42" Flat-Panel Plasma HDTV
It has done this before, but only when I was changing channels too quickly (I just turned the TV off and on again and it works). It's a Philips 42"plasma, PAL cuz I live in Europe now, but not sure if that makes a difference. Now, I was just watching CNN and poof ..wasn't changing channels or anything...just heard a click..nothing more or less..click click and the image was gone, just black screen and sound still continued. I turned the TV off for 24 hrs and still doesn't work. Does this mean that I am stuck with an overpriced radio that doesn't even receive radio frequencies!
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It seems there is a loose connection between the board
producing the picture and the screen; this is why this would happen. If turning
the TV on and off makes no difference, try contact Phillips to see if they can
talk you through a factory reset. If this does not work, the set may require
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