Does it not turn completely off when you hit the power button? If you're that adamant about saving a few cents then another option would be to dedicate a surge protector, with an on/off switch, specifically to that monitor. Try to mount or set it up somewhere convenient so you won't have to go too far out of your way to switch it on or off.
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The solution provided may be the only real way to identify an internal problem. Before going to that trouble, make sure the plug is inserted completely into the wall and the unit, if it's not wired directly there, and that there aren't other devices plugged in to that same outlet, or on the same fused circuit.
A blue ray player, game console and other appliances working at the same time could draw too many amps causing the TV to operate. If voltage were lower than required, this would lead to damage.
I would even suggest plugging it into a completely different outlet and trying it, just as a final test on the way out the door to the TV shop. Good luck!
Best bet would be to unplug it completely and let it sit for about five minutes, plug it back in and turn it on, if it's still flickering there's more than likely something wrong with the backlight or the power supply. All Insignia TV's carry a 2 year manufactures warranty, so if it's less than two years old just take it to a Best Buy and have it serviced. It'll be gone for a few weeks, but either issue is an expensive fix.
these remotes don't have a part #. The only way really is to just get one of those universal remotes or call insignia give them the serial # for your tv and they might have a part # for it. Other wise you might be out of luck.
Your TV will likely require repairs to resolve this problem. Service can be obtained by calling 1-888-237-8289 in the U.S. or
1-866-237-8289 in Canada. If your product is within the factory
warranty period, your repairs should be completed at no expense.
This problem requires a service technician to check out you television for component failures on the power supply board and the main board. You have a failure in either drive voltage to power you video processor or a break down in the signal transferring components.It could be as simple as cold solder joints or a failure of capacitors in the signal processing circuits. They have a self healing components and will restore temporary operation for short periods of time.You could also have a failing video processor chip and chips that are being damaged everytime you turn your unit on.. These problems usually occurs from over heating going on inside you television. You need to get it checked out before it get worse.Here is the number for Insignia Customer service: 1-877-467-4289. Hope this helps you with your problem.
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