Question about Televison & Video
Upgrading the firmware is the only possible solution if a factory defaults reset has not fixed the software issue only other thing would to have a diagnostic run by a technician on it
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
This is an indication that the mainboard on the TV has some serious issues, and has finally given out completely on the security chipset. It was failing all along, and I bet Sceptre technical support knew this but didn't want to tell you. Sometimes a software reset can get it "kick-started" again and it will go away for a while, but will always come back and continue to get worse. The TV at this point needs a new mainboard, which is quite difficult to do if you've never done TV repairs before...
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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