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No picture on tv a brief message before it turns itself off no input signal

When you turn the tv on it gives you  message that there is no input signal but the audio works, The tv turns itself 0ff in about 20 seconds. 

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  • cripps Mar 29, 2008

    I cannot not access the menu because when I push the menu button it turns the tv off. The cables are fine because we have hooked another tv up on the cable and it works fine. i just get a blank screen with the message "no input siganl" then the tv automatically turns itself off. I cannot access any of the menu functions.

  • cripps Mar 30, 2008

    I have already tried thtt,

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Check cables first...and then go to menu to assess if the unit itself is responsible for.

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 29, 2008

    ok...thanks for that feedback..now, turn off the set, let it rest for around 30 minutes(to deep discharge the voltage inside) and try it again..

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Mar 30, 2008

    ok..so reset is done...and the cables are good...and still no input signal showing..only answer for that is the video board inside. You up to cracking this puppy open, and replacing the board?

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