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No signal in hdmi input

Own an olevia 337 hooked it up to a high def box and now it skips out to picture and no picture and says no signal. It worked fine for a month no problems now not getting picture at all

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  • willinate Mar 19, 2008

    i am having the same problem and cannot get anyone to help. i also have extended warranty.

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I just experienced the same problem after owning the TV for 15 months. Called tech support and they seem to think that it's either a bad inverter or the whole board is bad. I was quoted $100 labor, $600 for a new board, and I would have to cover the shipping cost. Considering that I payed a total of $700 for the unit, that option didn't make much sense to me. I'm going to get a quote from local repair shops and cross my fingers in hopes of the inverter being the problem (tech support informed me that the cost of replacing the inverter alone is much less, but couldn't come up with an exact quote). I hope this helps you guys, and I hope you opted for an extended warranty. I wish I had.

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