Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
How long have you owned it?
When the bulb went out on mine it did something like that.( I have been through 3 bulbs now on my projector)
Or maybe you don't have the inputs in right. Try using the input/source button on the remote or unit to switch and that might get it tuned in to what inputs you have. BTW turn all your input sources... VCR, DVD, DTV, cable box...etc ON before you do that.
Another thought -- you mention 'clicking'... does it sound like clicking or perhaps a little more electrical like sparking. When sets go bad they have built "spark gaps" just like a spark plug and when they produce too much voltage it arcs across these in order to discharge the power without harming the set.
Otherwise I'd call where you bought it. Or a store that sells them.. Even decent repair shops will often give you good advice knowing you might become a customer anyway -- my central air recently went out and I called and made an appt and the guy gave me some ideas to check over... it was the fourth fuse (I only saw 2 at first) and it probably saved me 200+ on a service call.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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