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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Which TV input are you using? On the LCT3285TA, the S-video and composite (yellow RCA jack) use the same audio input connections. If you have a bad S-video cable, you might get this effect.
Need more information on how you are feeding signals to your TV.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
The general problem with LCD type TV's is that the power supply
fails. They are very sophisticated designs that are difficult to
troubleshoot and generally best to just replace the module, but
sometimes there is visible damage in some of the electrolytic
capacitors (visibly bulged) and high voltage rated parts can be
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Posted on Feb 10, 2008
Any high switching power supply of the same voltage and amperage rating will work for you. You may have to cut the end off of your old one and wire it to the new one to make it work but don't waste your money buying a specific power supply.
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
1. cpu problem. why because of there is no signal output from cpu to monitor. the led blinking means there is no vertical, horizontal signals from cpu to monitor.
2. your monitor connected to another system.
3. neck board dry points.
4. cheak the display cable. 13&14 pins are horizontal, vertical signals.1, 2, 3 pins , R G B , 6 ,7, 8 pins R G B ground ( coaxiler cable used , meshed wire is ground )
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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