Question about Televison & Video
I have run into this before with many vizios. Your problem most likely is with the power supply. You can just try to unplug the TV and plug it back it. This most likely wont do anything but it is always worth the college try. Leave it unplugged for about 15 sec. If nothing works i recomend looking into the return policy from the place you bought it from. If you didnt purchase an extended warranty then you have a year from the manufacturer and that warranty will cover a problem like this. I do suggest taking your tv to a licensed technician with a problem with this. I dont recomend doing exploratory surgery on this TV. One question for you. Is this a plasma or lcd tv and does it make any clicking or tapping noises?
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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