I have a Sharp LD TV which the kids connected to a Sony Playstation at Christmas, or tried to.
They couldnt get it to load, however since then the TV switches from Freeview channels to normal TV. I have disconnected everything however if you leave it on Freeview it automatically switches over after a minute or so - any ideas how to rectify.
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It sounds like the Bluray player may be outputting the signal at a higher resolution than the TV supports.
If the Bluray player has a scart or composite connection, connect with those first, and adjust its settings to output a lower resolution.
Then reconnect the HDMI.
Hope this works for you.
Unplug the tv about an hour,replug it back in should reset it self and work.Not, the power supply board it dead,that the board where the power a/c cord plug into it.Tries websites like Shopjimmy.com,Ebay.com to buy a refurbish power supply board for the replacement.
It is broken,The outside is a Polorised film.Like window tint,It is repairable,New LCD screen.But may be cheeper to buy a new TV. GET A EXT.WARENTY!!! will not cover accidents but the new tv's do break alot,and are expensive to repair.
Buy a name brand, NOT RCA "junk" Just a name
no longer a company. Samsung,Panasonic,Sony. If you want to support the USA buy another Sharp. Still a great TV. And made in America. NOTE they make after market screen protectors. GOT KIDS? GET ONE. :) Or even a piece of plexie glass if cash is tight. Hope this helps.
Check your resolution settings on you playstation 3 menu's. If you are using an HDMI cable, there is a chance that your ps3 could be trying to output at 1080i or 1080p. The unit you have only goes up to 720p and if you set it any higher than that, you run the risk of having picture issues, or not getting a picture at all. Good luck to you