Question about Vizio L37 Television
Hi my name is Eric,
I hope I can help you with your issue ,
There are a few buttons to adjust the picture size on different make TVs and even on the Cable/Satellite remotes .
First look on the TV remote, set it to Full ,Fill or Just.
Then on the Box remote stretch is usually best.
On the box remote set the output resolution to 1080i only
And use 16x9 when if offers a choice.
Cable remotes use the # key as a zoom button.
Due to the fact there are 16 size/Formats available (3 or 4 being transmitted now). you may have to hit the zoom/stretch button on some HD channels.
But with these settings the picture will mostly stay full and help you avoid image burn from the edges being not on the edge.
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Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
take it to sears repair shop. Most likely they will ask you almost half the price of the TV to repair it. It is a thin glass that is inside of it that is very fragile.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
SOURCE: TV problem
I think the Vizio is defective. I contacted Vizio, gave them all information then got an email back requesting that I re-send them the info that was attached to their response. Duh! Anyway, our brand new Vizio 32" drops the picture and sound, remote can't control change channels or shut TV off. Also, the power button on the TV can't turn the TV off. Pulling the plug out of the wall seems to reset the TV and everything starts working again including the remote.
We have a sound problem, as well. You can hear one speaker (actor) and the rest are drowned out. Very weird. Sound doesn't track with the speaker (person).
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
It sounds like you are saying the "video looks scrambled but the audio keeps playing OK"
Normally this is a Video Processor Problem that requires a Board to be replaced.
When the problem happens, can you see the TV menu or the TV's On Screen Display clearly.
I suggest checking to see if the problem happens with the video inputs like, Composite(yellow/red/black), component(RGB/yellow and black), HDMI and S-video. If it happens to all inputs then you need to replace a board.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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