Lso had the exact problem about 2 weeks ago on my L46WD22.Took it to the authorized repair shop and they told me they had others on their shelf for over a month. Since the board has been on back order for a while, my repair shop called and actually got to talk to an engineer at RCA.The problem seems to be a surface mount fuse that RCA said they also could not get.My repair center said that he found a fuse to fit the board, and though it was a higher rated fuse, installed it.TV works fine and it is back in my house, but the repair center is not getting paid for the work they did not fix it!!!
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A blue screen indicates no video signal, if you change the video input to a DVD player is it still a blue screen? If yes then the TV is defective. If no then some how the signal is being lost to the TV from whatever source you use for watching broadcast TV
Click on the input button on your remote to make sure you have selected the correct location of your incoming signal. If you are just watching TV and have a digital cable adapter, unplug the power to the adapter and plug it back in. If you have pinched a cable running into the TV and are using a DVD player or other device hooked to the TV you may need to try another cable. If you are using red white and yellow wires for connecting a device try removing the yellow wire from both the device and the TV and substituting with another yellow wire from another device. Also make sure you try additional channels if it's just the TV signal. If you have cable you can also unplug power to the cable box to cycle it off and plug it back in.
You hooked up the sound bar to the cable box red & white sockets, right. Now you have the soundbar hooked up to the TV red and white sockets. Did you notice any difference with the labeling on the two sets of sockets? The cable box sockets were labeled "Audio Out", but the TV sockets are labeled "Audio In"
AV signals are directional. Any socket labeled "Out" will give a signal from it for connecting to another device e.g. the connection from the cable box to the soundbar.
Any socket labeled "In" is designed to accept a signal from something else, but it won't give a signal out. So you can't connect the TV's Audio In socket to the soundbar's Audio In socket because both expect a signal from something else and neither supply a signal out.
Check the back of the Proscan TV. Is there a socket labeled Audio Out? If so, use that.
The good news is that the "No Input Signal" message means that your TV is not broken. If you are trying to watch cable, then you have simply turned the TV to the wrong input channel. If your cable comes into the Philips using a coaxial cable wire, use the Philips remote to change the channel to Ch.3 or 4 - whichever channel you normally watch cable on. Make sure the cable box is turned on if you have a cable box. If the cable box connects to the TV using another type of wire, use the Ch+/- on the Philips remote and go through all the AV channels until you find the right one. Good luck! Let me know if you need additional help.
A DVI cable does not have an audio connection, along with the DVI you still have to run an audio line from the device (DVD player, cable box, satellite receiver) to the TV. HDMI contains both audio and video.
Booster will only work along with access points in your case the belkin wireless router - you have to connect the device to the router not to the windows xp pc
if you know how to configure and the device are compatiable to each other and allows bridging or can configure as your access point client then you need not wanna to get it connected via wire or T568b standard ethernet cable otherwise you have to connect with this cable will enchance the wireless activity
Wireless signals can go down its strength by any magnetic activity, oscillations such as microwave, powerful steel/metal frames and check your anteena position keep in different direction and check your pc wifi signal strength.
Interlink between your router and booster with utp cables gives you steady flow of data and full band strength.
Aviod using two company devices change the router to Hawking
Have you had a look at the cords? Is there any damage to the hardware itself?
Maybe there is something else wrong. Tried running virus scans? I know it's a long shot but it's amazing at what viruses do to your machine.