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Does not turn on

The LCD lights up around the corners but thats all that appears on the screen. Also once on it sporadically allows to zoom and even take pictures.

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    MI CAMARA WHEN I TURN IT ON THE LCD JUST TURNS BLANK ONLY LIGHT NOTHING ELSE

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I would say that if you can take pictures it is just the lcd that is out on your camera. If it is not allowing you to take pictures all the time then there maybe a lens error. You can send it into repairs and they will tell you what it would cost to fix it.

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After working for a while, the lamp goes out, and a red light will appear on the lamp indicator. Even after allowing it to cool down, once you turn the projector on, the red light appears on the lamp...


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This sounds as if you have the magnifier on if you are using Windows. What the magnifier does is just what you are describing. It zooms in on part of the screen and lets you pan around the screen when you move the mouse to the edge. Unfortunately, I do not know which version you have. If you have XP, you can view this webpage for specific instructions: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/accessibility/magnifierturnon.mspx.
If you have another version, to change it, click on Start Menu>Programs>Accessories>Ease of Access. It should be found there. Once you open it, you should be able to turn it off and go back a normal screen.
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My Vizio LCD HDTV 32in. doesn't seem to "center" the picture on sports programs so when they have a score box in the upper left corner most of it is cut off and can't be seen. Doesn't matter how I adjust...


This is a common complaint. To be frank I don't have the exact term for your Vizio, but most recent LCD and plasma TVs have the ability to "zoom" or adjust "picture format" (those are two commonly used terms) depending on the signal source and format.

it has to do with the fact that currently there are both classic style format 4:3 signal sources as well as new HD 16:9 signal sources and on top of that it may happen that a 4:3 signal source is distributing adjusted image from a 16:9 or other signal source. Think cinema adjusted to run on classic TV - remember the vertical strip of image with two huge black areas below and above it?

Well the ZOOM or PICTURE FORMAT allows to adjust such an image so that you cut the "void" are by scalling (enlarging) the visible area to fit the whole screen.

A problem then appears when the signal source is normal and showing full screen. Then, because of the enlargement, you start missing some of the picture. Before there was nothing there because it was showing adjusted wide (cinema) format to the TV box format, but when the new TV box format gets enlarged it sure starts missing around the edges.

That's what you're seeing.

More and more TVs do not have the ability to adjust that through the TV itself. Don't ask me why, but they can only do it through the remote.

So if you have an original remote there MUST be a button there that's called ZOOM or FORMAT.

It does the trick.

Hope this helps. If it does do not forget to rate it.

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Press the MODE button to select the Video mode.
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When the icon appears on the top left corner of the LCD screen this indicates that you are in Video
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1. Prepare the object or subject you wish to record.
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Note:
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2. When the camera's memory is full, the “Memory Full Insert a SD Memory Card to Transfer and
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Download the test file from the internal memory to the PC or delete them to shoot more videos.
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Alternatively, you can insert a SD memory card to expand the memory to record longer videos.
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I have a sony kf-42sx3oou, i have just had the lamp replaced, since replacing it a few blue spots appeared in the top right corner but today a yellow line has appeared on bottom left hand corner, could you...


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This TV will require replacement of the LCD Prism unit.

This Prism blocks and allows colors so that the 3 LCD images may be mixed to produce the final image you see on the screen. When this becomes damaged or defective, it leaks colors (light). This Color Leakage apears as spots on the screens.

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You will have three options, click the second option, (i think it is repair) and connect the archos to the PC. This will allow you to transfer all your files to PC because you can access the harddrive.

Once you have taken all the files you want, turn the system off again. Then again, turn the system on, hold down the TV/LCD button for 5 seconds until the white screen appears. Choose the format option. This will take your archos back to factory settings. It took me a few goes to get it back to normal but once its done, you will be glad you put the effort in.

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