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Bush LCD Hi,My LCD Bush monitor seem to have the hump! I have connected it to a dvd player and the sound output is excellent but cant seem to get the picture. The screen is just blank like it were off. Pressed all and nothing, not even a blink of some sort. I dont know whats wrong with it, do you any idea whats causing this? Its Bush LCD15TVXI 15.1" LCD Monitor TV. Thanks Trev.

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Re: Bush LCD

Hi Trev.

Do you only get the sound when using the tv tuner eg chans 1 to 5 ?
Or is it only when you try to play dvd,


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