Question about Fujitsu P55XHA40US 55 in. Plasma Television

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Video 1 stuck on "Welcome. Powering up..." screen

On my Fujitsu flat screen, I can watch a DVD on Video 4, but I can't watch cable on Video 1 because when I go to that screen there is a message saying "Welcome.  Powering up..."  If I switch off the TV and then back on, the message comes back.  Can you suggest how to get past this problem?  Thanks.

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  • mat_99 Feb 03, 2008

    when i switch on the TV, it says "Now Loading..." the way it normally should, but then the screen comes up saying "Welcome. Powering up..." and it doesn't change at all. it's been the same for the past hour

  • mat_99 Feb 03, 2008

    Still not getting past the "Welcome." screen

  • mat_99 Feb 03, 2008

    it was working last night, but not this morning. the power went out in our neighborhood in the middle of the night for a few hours. maybe that has something to do with it? when the power went back on, could the surge have damaged something?

  • mat_99 Feb 03, 2008

    the flat screen is plugged into the wall. but it is working, since i can use video 4. what isn't working is the video 1 input...



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It is a harddrive problem,perhaps a problem with "unclean" current or an intermittent power supply. Use of a line current leveller and/or a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) might be in order..

You can check the output from the PS to the drive. The red/black is 5V and the yellow/black is 12V. The tougher issue is the test from the PS to the motherboard, which is not really plausible.

If your friend is willing, you might try his/her PS in your HR10-250 (or vice versa) to see if you can learn anything that way.

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Try new cable on the tv from the dish box ect to tv

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  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2008

    oh yes do u have it pluged in directto wall ?

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2008

    ya u def need to buy monster power strip u can not plug thes ehi end tvs in the wall direct storm an dyour done so touchy ok no protection for u also monster cable makes one hd700 u shoudl plug into stage 1 clean power cuse in usa alot bad power up down that kils hd tvs big screens all the time ok so best u get it on a strip never direct in wall



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Well thats some kind of tricky :(
and how much time do it get? when say powering up? did you check that?

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