Question about Hyundai Televison & Video
In this case it's clear that the set has engaged a "protection" mode. If there is a defect that can actually damage the your equipment further. I suggest that you take it to a repair shop for an evaluation. You will be charged for that but it's cheaper than replacing the set.
When you unplug it and wait few moments you are resetting the on board computer to the beginning of it's program. That often works if the "computer" gets confused by spikes from PG&E. Once the "computer" is reset. In this case it's warning you that it needs some professional attention. Try the place that your purchased it from for help.
This is also a good "tip" this works with anything with a microprocessor in it. Today that's like almost everything.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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