Question about Emerson EWF2004 20" TV
In regards to the Sony KV32XBR450 without picture but sound, mine just had this problem occur yesterday. After doing a quick troubleshooting check, I have found that the problem is most likely a bad tuner, as when I directly connected a video source to the RF (Cable Coax) connector, I wasn't able to get a picture, etc.
I was able to "by-pass" this issue for now, while I wait for the replacement part (special order via Sony Authorized Repair Service Ctr), by using the S-video output from my Dish Network and plugging that into the S-Vedio input on the back of the TV, (you might also have S-video output on your local cable box too). Now I've got a really nice picture, but without sound, so all you need to do is utilize either your Audio outputs from your Satelite Box or Cable Box and connect them to your Audio inputs under the S-Video cable and you'll have picture and sound. If you have a DVD/VCR, etc. with audio feed-thru connections, you can also accomplish this with your standard hook-ups to that device, just select it for the sound while you use video 3 (or 4) where you connected the S-Video cable.
This will let you contact your local repair/service center and see if they can get the parts needed to make the repair. I figure that the parts will run between $40-$120, plus a $50 diagnostic fee (usually applied towards your repair bill), plus the labor charge. If I was having the repair done by the shop, I'd expect to pay around $200-$250 +/-. Not bad for a HD Flat panel TV when you consider that a new Flat panel with 1/2 the resolution (720p) will cost you $450 +/-
and a 1080i is more than double that. Remember that the Sony KV32XBR450 is HD 1080i and 720p in one unit. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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Posted on Dec 31, 2008
My 32" Tv comes on and shows a really nice picture for about 15 minutes and then goes out, but there is still sound. Sounds like the channels are changing also. I have had the TV about 10 months to a year. (1 Yr) What is the problem and how is it going to be taken care of. What do I do? It is a 32" RCA XBox Model 32V550T. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your assistance.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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