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Picture looks like photo negative when power is reapplied

When I turn the TV off and then go to turn back on now matter how long of a period of time the TV has been shut off when it is first powered back on, the picture looks like a photo negative. It takes as long 4 to 5 hours to warm up before normal picture returns.

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  • rccline Feb 02, 2008

    Insignia I-LC23Q1 23 


    The model # for TV is listed above. It is several years old.
    Hope someone can help, this is a great site!

  • rccline Feb 02, 2008

    Shammi174 - thanks so much for your feedback. Yes, my set is probably 1st generation has this has been a nuisance for several years now. I pretty much never turn it off because of this issue. How do I refresh rate?

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The most probable problem is it would be one of the first generation LCD televisions.

if possible try changing the refresh rate of your tv
it may help.

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    David Mathew Feb 02, 2008

    in the setup menu of the tv go to the picture setting the refresh settings would be mentioned and set th refresh to the maximum

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