Question about Olevia LT32HVE 32 in. LCD Television
Got my TV a few months ago - new. Channels, sound, etc completely stop responding to the remote. I can't even change the channel or volume by pushing the buttons on the actual TV. I have to unplug it to "reset" the TV to respond to the remote again. This happens often.
Go to Best Buy and buy the DirectTV Universal Remote Control Model RC64 ($20). It will control all the functions on both the Olevia TV and the RCA Satellite box, except the A-B-C-D buttons for the User Guide. It's codes are:
Satellite Box - 00392
Olevia TV - 11610
Nick from Ft Myers
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
I think this model has a timer on it, it seems to go when the warranty runs out, not proven but Mine went out about a month ago. My only fix is to plug my tv (via the service port which is COVERED) to the usb port on my computer using my BlackBerry usb cable, in other words the Mini USB. Seemingly I must be logged on to do so and wait for the Chime form my pc, a balloon will pop up for new hardware not recognized (vista) then press the power button and then it turns on, unplug the usb cable and make sure the source is set to tv / video or else it will power back off and you will have to start all over. Theres NOT A PERMANENT fix yet but this is what I do every time I want to use the TV, I have a laptop so I use it as the Monitor just to watch movies. If you have a desktop I recommend keeping the cable handy BUT DO NOT LEAVE THE USB CABLE IN FOR LONG USES. THE SERVICE PORT IS COVERED FOR A REASON!!!
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
> I heard they were restructuring their company or something.
There has been a change ownership from Syntax-Brillian to Olevia International Group.
Details of Olevia brand
Unfortunately for all of us (we have 747i) service seems very poor and the failure mode you describe doesn't give me any clues despite 40+ years of service experience.
Ours is still 100% but I now suspect our trouble will come.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
I assume the control panel on the tv still works correctly?
If so i would think you have a remote problem.
If thats the case let me know I will send you a link to instructions to repair your remote.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Most of the new TV's display a blue screen when there's no signal for it to lock on.
Try unplugging it for about 5-10 minutes and see if that clears up the
problem. Why? Because they have microprocessors in 'em (computer chips)
and just as like with any other operating system, they can hang up or
crash. This isn't an uncommon problem with today's TV sets. Unplugging
it for awhile resets the microprocessor (in other words, it causes it
to re-boot when you plugit in again).
Also, try connecting a vcr or dvd player up to it and see if there is any difference.
Lastly, this could be caused by the power supply or a fuse inside which has gone bad and has blown
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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