My tv comes on, the power light comes on, but it won't stay on, it goes off by itself a few seconds later. Is there a solution to this?
I have a RCA TV Model #20F424T. It is brand new. Upon turning on the TV, the power light will come on, and if I do nothing, shuts off within 5 seconds. If I press input to change which a/v's the TV uses, a thin blue bar through the center of the screen appears, changing in length depending on which input the TV is set at. On the DVD input, I can hear audio just fine, but there is no picture, just a short thin bar in the middle of the screen. Again, if I do nothing, the TV shuts off on it's own within 5 seconds, even with the audio coming through just fine. Ironically, the "Find your product:" bar is not recognizing my model number, but I've triple checked it: 20F424T. Therefore I have selected the closest in appearance.
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Ok, I had the exact same problem last summer, and Kevellen told me of a problem that Insignia tv's have: the circuit that controls whether the tv is off or on is messed up, and it can be fixed, but its not cheap.
Anyway, if the t.v. is still under warranty, I would say return it to the store and see if you cant get a new one, and from what I researched online after this incident, I will not buy an Insignia aver again. hope this helps, -Steve