Question about Televison & Video
Hi OK, first, unplug the set from the wall poser, and leave off for a while, 5-10 mins, then reconnect. This may re-set your set's tuning, and return functionality. However, If this doesn't work, then please find below your service and repair manual. You may need to "Hard" reset the TV, to "Factory Default Settings" and, you may also possibly even have to access the service menu, to put the set back, to "Factory" state. Please use the troubleshooting steps, this should help you re-tune your set. Now if you still cannot, get it to work, after resetting it. Them you can then use the manual to isolate the actual problem, and hopefully repair. The fault could be in one of a few places.
It, may also be caused, by a "Glitch" in the software, or perhaps, the memory where the settings are stored has gone faulty, and thus, the set cannot, "Save" the/any settings. I have seen this type of thing before it is not common though. It may even be the tuner itself, one would have to troubleshoot to isolate the problem.
Below, is your service manual. http://load2.givemefile.net/download.php?id=1377395
OF course if it does prove to be a "Fault"then really, in my professional opinion, you should contact a local or head office of you TV's manufacturer, and ask for a referral, to an Authorised service Center, here you will always get the best, service, as they only work, on this brand, have parts on hand, original parts too. Also one can aks for a "Quote" as to the cost of the repair, and then you can make an informed decision, as to repair or replace, as often, I find, that, often seemingly minor "Symptoms" can result in an uneconomic repair.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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