Question about Sceptre X42GV-Komodo 42 in. LCD TV
Check the TV with another HDMI stuff, like a DVD player or a playstation 3 or something. If it still gives you the same problem then you know it's the TV. If it doesn't then it means something is wrong with your DVR. If it's the TV most likely you'll need to open it up and see which part is broken. A simple diagnostic is opening the back and seeing if any capacitors are blown. If those small capacitors are bulging that means they're toast and needs to be replaced. I know that you can also buy parts from Sceptre, so maybe see which part is broken and buy it from them to replace it?
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
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