Question about Televison & Video
If this television has not been service recently, then it just might be in the wrong viewing format.It may be that the Zoom feature has been activated, if you are using cable check the remote for a format or screen size button on it. Also check the remote that came with the televisio for the same buttons in may be labeled Aspect on the remotes also..
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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My Answer to you> Sound..No Picture? First off...the device or appliance has two separate functions that do not totally unite with one another. True Picture and Sound need to be in Synchronization with each other; but each are independent form each other, as far as circuitry is concerned. Thus; you can have a perfect Picture (VIDEO) and no sound, or visa versa. If the VIDEO is not working, then problems with the video controller exist and this is related to the Picture Control function only. Circuit boards with electronic parts are assembled in a precise order with certain values and purposes. If for any reason one of these components fail the entire Video procedure goes crazy and does strange things. You cannot physically repair the board, and even professional technicians have difficulty doing so. Replacement is the only way to go, or purchase a whole new product.
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