Question about Televison & Video
I know some things you can try one thing is try to power cycle the tv your goona want to turn the tv on the unplug the power cord from the wall then with that cord unpluged hold down the power bottom for 30 seconds.then if the problem still happens try some different cords then try resetting all setting if u can reset all picture setting another thing u will want to try is see if it happens on like a dvd player or sometype of other source like video game and if none of these trouble shooting tips work. then you might want to buy a vizio.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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