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Need manual to find out how to get rid of the PIP and get the 40" main screen. What's in the PIP is in fact the regular 40" screen image. I am trying to restore the regular 40" back. I thought maybe the manual would be a big help. Thanks to any suggestions.
What inputs are you actually using? If you use VGA as the main display, the PIP feature will work with DVI, 480i (SD) Component Video, S-Video, or Composite video. If you use DVI for the computer's input to the TV, the Component video PIP doesn't have the 480i limit.
Thus if you have VGA from the computer, Hi-def from the X-box isn't going to work. Note: The component video can not be the main screen with VGA input in PIP.
sounds like you might have PIP turned one (picture in picture) .. if there is no input hooked up for the PIP . you will just get a black screen ... you should be able to move that PIP around and change its size .. indeed turn it off .. look for a menu item called PIP .. select PIP off ..
PIP uses the signal from a second tuner to insert a small or split-screen image on the main image. Some TVs have two tuners but most PIP applications need a signal from a VCR tape or tuner (tuner must be digital since 6/12), a DTV box, or a cable box for TV programs. A DVD player can also provide a signal for PIP if a DVD is playing. However some TVs will not allow PIP if the signal inputs are through the HDMI ports.
My answer will be generic. It is possible that there is an option in the user menu that must be turned on to allow PIP. You must also make sure that there is an external feed going in to allow the PIP to reference to something.
Consult the user manual for details. You can also call the RCA tech support for your TV set.
It is possible that the PIP circuit area has a failure. But, this is not very often.
Order a new TV....thats what I have to do. I have the Protron 42", and I cant get any sound, and I cant get the remote to work. Figures, too.....the TV JUST passed its warranty period by 4 days! I havent seen any positive things said about this company, either.