Question about Olevia LT37HVS 37 in. LCD HDTV
My tv after a while makes a really loud noise the screen turns blue and it turns off by itself. Sometimes what is does is it goes completely dark and starts flickering and turns off. The only way I get it to turn on I go to the back of the tv and disconnect the cable from the tv (not the end that goes on the outlet) and connected back again. But when I turn it on I hear some kind of noise like if something is loose inside the tv. I have called the Olevia supper line and no help all they tell me is to disconnect it and connect it in another outlet. We have done that left the tv disconnected for three days and still turns off on its on.
I have the exact same issue. Some days I can play halo 3 online for ~8 hours and have no problems, but other days it just powers off and I have to leave it unconnected from the outlet for 3+ hours.
For those with the same problem looking for a better fix, do not leave the TV on to just idle on a pause screen or something of that nature. Try to get the HDTV an outlet with nothing else connected to it. Finally, putting a big *** floor fan cooling it down does seem to help. The TV is great considering the price and quality of the picture, but the issue makes it absolutely worthless in my mind. What's the point when you can't use it when you want to? Ugh, despite the great price of $600 for a 26" 1080i HDTV, I'm going to go with a Japanese HDTV next go around.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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