Question about Televison & Video
Every time the electric power goes out the TV picture is very dark when it comes back on. I have to use the on screen menu to get it to brighten up enough to watch. Why does it do this and is there a better solution? We live in the country and have the Dish Network.
It might be that it is going to a default setting when you lose power. See what happens if you select the default setting yourself. Perhaps there is someway you can get the set to except a new default setting?
Have a fiddle, see what you can come up with!
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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