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I'm assuming the cable was plugged correctly - the colors matched. VIDEO 3 is for the front connectors so it should have worked . Since it hasn't then one of the three parts in this setup (tv, player, cable) is defective. To find out which you must do some simple tests:
1. replace the cable and try again. 2. take your player and connect it to a surely functional tv - if it doesn't work in there then it's defective. 3. get another player that is surely functional and connect it to your tv - if it doesn't work then the AV switching IC from your tv (soldered on the mainboard) is defective and it will have to be replaced. Call a repairman, there is nothing more you can do.
1 It appears that connecting cable is faulty. Normally when you connect and push the power switch the standby light should lit. Try the cable on another appliance and see its function.
Also switch on the TV and try to switch it on with your remote control.
6/1/2010 11:34:21 AM Good morning I have sound problem it started with the cable hook up there box to the television, now sound is very low. Turn up the TV control to max, nothing but low sound. Of course cable people have no idea of a problem, I disconnected the cable but the same problem, love the set work for two years, note: thing happen when all analog change to digital. help!
Viewsonic's are typically well built. Are there any lights on? If you've already sit for a while and then plugged it back in and still nothing, pop the back off again and see if there are any blown (popped up) capacitors on the power supply. Maybe it took a light surge. If there are any bad caps, they usually only cost around a dollar a piece to replace.
We had 2 42" Viewsonic's that get used every day go through a building surge while one was on and it still works great a year later.