One day i turned on my TV when it made a loud noise and turned off. when i try turning it on, it makes a few popping sound noises and just has its blue screen on. can't change any functions or do anything. is my tv completely done and unfixable?
I just had this same problem over the weekend. Is your TV hooked up via HDMI?? Mine was and i've been having problems with the tv image shrinking whenever i turn on the tv, so i would have to change the channel 1 or 2 times for the image to come up normally. On Saturday I went to change the channel and then all of a sudden I hearld this loud pop and when the image came on it was just a sky blue screen, I couldnt see anything, but I could hear the channel. So I disconnected the HDMI and hooked up the tv with component cables I had and now it works fine. I ordered a new HDMI cable just to see if it will work again. If not, i'm calling Olevia.
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This problem was already posted by someone else and they were having the same issue as you.. they said that they contacted FOX engineers via email and they emailed them back stating there was a problem on there end and with in the next day the channel started to show up on the Olevia television.
Seems like FOX has changed there frequencies and some television were having trouble picking them up.. depending in the area..you might want to try contacting them in regards to your problem to see what they suggest..
since it's broken, proceeded to disassembled LT27HVX, re-seated connectors that go to the main circuit board that's in the middle of the tv, there are 3 (single row, about 15 or more pins) connectors, simply unplugged / plugged them several times to clean the contacts, must have been a bad connection somewhere, LT27HVX now works fine, only recommeded if you're technically inclined to open up the tv.
I have an Olevia also and it's the same way. I spent about an hour and a half on hold for tech support only to be told, "That's the way it is." Oh, he also said, "Thanks for buying our product. Happy day to you!" So every time I turn it on I think, "Happy day to you!" and by the time I'm done laughing the logo's gone! Hope this helps. ''HAPPY DAY TO YOU!"