Question about Sanyo DP26746 26 in. LCD Television

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Wide screen lcd hdtv

No picture has sound

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2008

    no picture

  • abbis_mom Aug 13, 2008

    At first, turning the unit on and off a few times would finally result in getting a picture. Then the picture stopped coming on at all. Sound still works fine, as does the remote. Only had the unti about 15 months when this started. BTW, this is the first and last Sanyo product I'll be owning.

  • Anonymous Oct 31, 2008

    just bought a new sanyo 26 in hdtv.

    have to turn it on and off from 2-7 times before picture comes on, sound is ok, on screen "no signal" untill i turn it off and on a few times.

  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2008

    PICTURE BLACKS OUT WITH ONLY THIN LINE AT TOP OF SCREEN. TV IS ONLY ONE AND A HALF YEARS OLD. PURCHASED AT WALLMART, WISCONSIN RAPIDS. SOUND STILL WORKS. REMOTE STILL WORKS. VERY DISSAPOINTED! ALOT OF MONEY FOR ALOT OF NOTHING!! WILL CERTAINLY AVOID SANYO PRODUCTS FROM NOW ON.

  • Larrybarton1 Dec 02, 2008

    SCREEN BLACKS OUT WITH ONLY THIN LINE AT TOP OF SCREEN. SOUND AND REMOTE STILL WORK. ALSO PURCHASED AT WALLMART LESS THAN TWO YEARS AGO. PAID $ 598.00 ON 03/07/07. AFTER READING THAT ALOT OF OTHERS ARE HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM I HOPE THAT SANYO HAS AN EASY AND INEXPENSIVE FIX FOR WHAT HAS TURNED OUT TO BE A LEMON.

  • Ranfisher Dec 27, 2008

    I have the same issue. One day when the screen went black for a commercial, it never came back on. I have replaced the main board but it did not work. Would changing the LCD Lamp help?

    Thanks,

    Randy

  • Ranfisher May 11, 2010

    Why does your site show 1 solution by nikiwiki but when I click on it, there is no solution???? I replaced the main board and the LCD Controller board with no success. When I power on the TV I see the screen change from black to gray but then goes black again instead of showing images. Anyone know where we can email Sanyo instead of calling their 800 number??

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