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I got a problem in my insignia LCD 32" tv, the picture has a large scale of white, I have tried many things to resolve it but didn't work

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  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    Here is a sample

  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    I put a sample picture,

  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    no it's not too bright

  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    I have tried all the above, but didn't work! I called Insignia and they suggested BestBuy, and the Tech-support will charge $ 100.00 to just come over and check it out.

  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    OK
    the caption is off, I will try to check the manual, thanks

  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    yes
    I have tried to check composite 2 and 3, same problem!

  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    The other TV is working perfect, so I think the problem with the TV not the Cable.

  • em_jay Jan 11, 2008

    OK, thank you

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Hi em jay,
What do you mean? Your TV is too bright?

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    Santiago Vallejo Jan 11, 2008

    ah,.
    Did you already cheked your TV options. I mean go to the TV options and make sure anything such as brightness or contrast in in 100 or 0, try to balance them all in 50.

    If they are balanced, you can try to go to the setup menu and select the “Factory Default” option.

    If that dosent work try to leave your TV unplugged for 10 minutes and plug it back,
    If your problem continues then you have a problem with the TV sistem. The 3D digital comb filter can be damaged. If after doing what i told you above you still have the problem call insignia and ask for your warranty. If you dont have it you can try to open it up and replace the compi filter, or call a tech to go to your house and have it fixed.

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    Santiago Vallejo Jan 11, 2008

    Jay you can also try before reseting your TV to factory default, to press the Close Caption in your remote (CC) and make sure that option is turned off,

    For mroe information you can visit this link to your manual if you dont have it.
    http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/0...

  • Santiago Vallejo
    Santiago Vallejo Jan 11, 2008

    If the caption is off and the problem continues, there is another thing we can do to make sure the TV is not damaged. It could be some mistake with your antenna or your cable supplier.
    Have you checked all channels or with a DVD?

  • Santiago Vallejo
    Santiago Vallejo Jan 11, 2008

    ah, then im afraid to tell you you will either have to open up your TV or call insignia and ask for tech-support or your warranty.

  • Santiago Vallejo
    Santiago Vallejo Jan 11, 2008

    No problem em jay

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