My problem is this: The television works fine with cable, video games, and computer with one small problem: when we switch to the monitor VGA input, the screen is tinted blue, everything looks funny like all the green stuff looks yellow and red is black colored.
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Used the VGA cable came with ur computer monitor,used that VGA cable plug in VGA input it the tv and plug it other end to the computer video card.Used ur tv remote look for a input button pushes look for the mode computer signal in the tv like input 1,2,3..so on.
The damage actually occurred on the LCD (liquid crystal display) itself, not on the screen. Therefore, when the tv is switched off, no damage is visible. What happens is that when it is turned on, the liquid crystals "leak" because the display is broken. This is why you can see lines and a small dent.
Depending on the tv, replacement LCD panels may be sold separately, though chances are that it would cost less to simply buy a new tv.
Thanks for your post, and I wish you the best of luck!
Since you don't mention how you're receiving the signal, I'm assuming you use a cable box or computer. Adjust the output settings (e.g. 720p, 1080p) on the box and then adjust your TV settings. If it's a computer, you'll need to adjust the video card settings to a compatible aspect ratio (e.g. 1366x768) for the desktop to display properly on the TV. Details can be found in the owner's manual.
Hi - if you have this hooked up to a TV cable HD box, you have to make sure you hit "TV" on the cable box remote in order to set up the TV menu. I had to figure this out also with my Insignia 32" LCD TV.