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Picture My picture won't move. I have no sound and no moving picture. I have a picture and the channels will change but no motion.

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Sharp LC-37DB5U stuck on one channel. Won't respond to anything. Put in a new motherboard and same problem persists. Sound and picture are fine

I could be wrong, but it sounds like the TV hasn't gone through channel setup. You have to do this in order for the TV to "learn" the channels, assuming you are using cable. If you are using cable run channel search in the setup menu and see if that changes anything. Can you change channels by manually entering in the channel # and hitting enter?

Jan 06, 2013 | Sharp LC-37DB5U 37 in. HDTV LCD Television

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The picture looks like it's moving in slow motion...

Ur tv incomming broadcasting tv channels signals are pick up and using are Free over the AIR broadcasting tv channels pick up are by a Antena signal wright?Not signals by a pay cables or satalites tvs incomming broadcasting input signals?Yes?This tv causes are low and weak ranges of a tv Antena incomming recieving broadcasting tv channels signal.Buy a better design Antena like a Digital Antena and used it will solved this problems.Plug it in ur Digital Antena and rescan ur Free over the AIR broadcasting tv channels again.

Aug 15, 2011 | TruTech PVS31170S1W 17 in. LCD Television

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Picture is blurry when watching sports or the object moves fast

Do you have HD service? Are you hooked up through HDMI or component? What you are experiencing is called motion blur.

Most people now a days expect to HD television right out of the box.

Is 720 or 1080 resolution being sent to the television? Are you on an HD channel?

These are some of the question you need to answer to yourself to get the best picture on your television.

Mar 13, 2010 | LG Flat Panel Televisions

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Vizio SV470M, picture is moving too fast

This is often called the "Soap Opera" effect...I had a similar problem and found that changing the settings helped tremendously. Here are the settings I use:
Picture Mode: Movie

Backlight: 18
Brightness: 49
Contrast: 52
Color: 42
Tint: 2
Sharpness: 3

Advanced Video
Noise Reduction: strong
Color enhancement: off
Advanced Adaptive Luma: Off
Enhanced Contrast Rato: off

Color Temperature: Normal
Red: 121
Green: 128
Blue: 118

Smooth Motion Effect: low
Real Cinema Mode: Precision

Also, there's a great thread on the Soap Opera effect here:

Feb 25, 2010 | Vizio SV470M LCD TV

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I have sound and no picture

You do not state your TV is plasma/LCD or the older tube TV.
Anyway, if your TV is plasma, the problem comes from Y-board.
If it is LCD, use flash light shines to the screen you will see pictures moving there. This case the invertor fail.
The old one have many components involved. It is hard to tell without details.

Aug 13, 2009 | Flat Panel Televisions

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Fuzzy background on tv picture

This is probably a combination of 2 things. In both causes 1 and 2 below, I would suggest checking the TV with a BluRay Player with BluRay disc connected using an HDMI Cable. If you complain about this, then the TV is probably not that great. Expect a $200 jump to a better model at the least (but this depends on what you have now). Honestly, this is fairly normal and wont change much with the next TV.

CAUSE 1: Motion BLUR
Motion blur occurs when fast moving objects are displayed on LCD TVs. Basically, it takes time for the LED lights that make up the picture to turn ON and OFF, when and object shown on the TV is moving faster than the LCD TV can turn these lights ON and OFF, you see the trail left behind as the lights dim to OFF. This look like blur because you see the current image and the trail of the old images. 120HZ and 240HZ LCD TV are supposed to improve this but honestly, they are at times 300+ dollars more and not really worth it. Very little difference except in some few cases.

CAUSE 2: Digital TV
Digital signals are hit or miss. Good or BAD. If you are watching Cable, Satelite or Antenna; it is likely you are seeing some BLOCK NOISE. This block noise is caused by missing information or Noise in the video signal. This will cause the picture to Pixilate (you see blocks and things start looking blurry too). This happens with poor signals. This also happens with the HD channels when they have more information than bandwidth (more data than that have space to send it...image shoving an elephant into a VolksWagon Beetle)

May 27, 2009 | Flat Panel Televisions

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Hi again,

Many thanks for the wonderful review and the rating.

Good luck and kind regards.

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