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What is the source of the TV signal? I know many monitors have a "power-saving mode" that returns the unit to standby if there is no signal coming in.
Check that the signal cables are working (try swapping cables). Make sure the source is on before turning on the TV. Press the Input button to select a different source. Make sure that the source signal is not refreshing (or synching) at a rate that is incompatible with the TV. (If your source is a PC that was previously connected to a CRT monitor, the refresh rate should be reset to 60 Hz before connecting the computer the the Pioneer 424MV.)
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (Pioneer TVs usually give a blink code if there is a hardware problem that prevents it from turning on.)
Some of the newer TV's dont turn on if there is no input signal. Try a DVD player and see if that works. If it does, then the issue is most likely with the cable jack on the TV, which may need to be replaced..
Depending on what devise, (cable box, game system, movie players) the sign of snow is no signal, there are inputs that you hook a devise up to on a TV, you have to change the input on the TV to pick up the signal of the unit, on the remote or TV itself, there with be a(n) "input", "source", "tv/video", or "video source" button that you can choose the same input you chose in the back of the TV.
You have lost the input signal...you will have to go to Setup/Net Command and set your input to the one with signal (either a TV input or a Component input). If it is reset...the input likely switched to a non-usable input
o.k. your internal digital tuner sounds like its goin. what you need to do is take the back cover off and trace where you hook up your
digital signal (cable,ant.hdmi).then you will see 2 silverish boxes one is analog,other digital. get refrence #s off of board of the tuner thats conneted (trace the signal input wire to be sure) then e-mail me email@example.com
hi, this message means that the tv is not getting a signal, what signal are you giving it ? cable, satellite, antenna ??? when you first turn on the tv it should say on the screen ch or v1 etc,. you could have a bad tuner or the set is not tuned to the proper input on the back of the tv, let me know what your input signal is & where on the back you have it connected, video-tek
I strongly doubt it's the lamp assy since you can actually see the blue screen. If the lamp failed, you would not see anything on the screen. This blue screen indicates to me that either the tuner is no longer decoding the signal, in improper input has been selected (ie: input 1 is selected while actual signal is on composite 1), or something of that nature. If you are getting audio then the input is selected properly but the video decoder has failed.
If your cable signal is going through a VCR or DVD, disconnect it from there and go directly to the TV (ie: bypass the VCR/DVD). If your picture comes back, there's some kind of problem with your VCR/DVD player.
If you have multiple inputs, try connecting an input signal to another input (ie: video 1, or aux from a dvd player) and see if you get a picture there. If you do get a picture, the whatever input you're currently using has malfunctioned.
Make sure you are selecting the correct input on your TV for your TV tuner, sat or cable box.
There are three ways to do this:
1. With the tuner or cable box turned on (you can do that manually or with its remote) use the TV's remote to cycle through all the inputs, until you find the correct one and take note of the name of the input that appears on screen, or
2. Look at the back of the TV and see where it is connected. It will say the name of the input, such as "HDMI1" or "AV2," etc. Then select that input on your TV with the cable or sat tuner turned on, if you have one.
Consult your TV's owner's manual, which will give more information on hookup and selection.
I don't know if I had any lightning, but it is possible because my DVR/Cable box was operating on limited capacity right before this started. I unplugged everything to reset the DVC/Cable box, and when I turned the tv on, I got real tv sound for a few seconds and then a "no signal" message in the center of the screen. This happens every time I turn it on. It is not the DVR/Cable box because I hooked it up to another tv and it works fine. It's not a bulb because I would still get sound...like this other person, none of my inputs will pick up the cable. I really don't want to just have a random service person in here to charge me to figure it out if someone can lead me down the right path to getting it fixed. Please help, I love this tv and don't want to replace it. LH