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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is called the pop of death! If you call vizio they will ask you if you heard a pop, this is a common issue and unless your under warrenty your looking at 916$ to fix it. (assuming you have no sound! If you do its 430$ plus tax for parts and repair. You can buy a used one on ebay for that price!
I have the parts numbers if you want them!
Call vizio if you have had this system for under a yr the will fix it free!
As for me my 50 and 42 inch had this issue and well I am out of warrenty.. I hate vizio lol!
Posted on May 30, 2008
Well that pop had something to do with the power components inside the TV frying. I would have to say there is nothing you can do to repair it as its dangerous to work on such things.
I wouln't waste my time bringing it to a repair shop they will probably tell you to just buy a new one.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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The MMS delivery process is triggered by a special SMS
message called the "MMS Notification". The "MMS
Notification" contains a URL pointer back to the full content of the MMS
message. So when the receiving phone gets the MMS Notification, it must connect
to the URL in the notification in order to retrieve the actual message content.
The error that you include above looks like the URL cannot be fetched.
If it worked before, but it does not work now ... then it is possible that something has changed with regard to your firewall or network configuration. The receiving device needs to actually connect back to host server in order to retrieve the MMS content.
It is also possible that something has changed in the configuration at your mobile operator. Hope it will be helpful to you.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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