Question about Televison & Video
The problem is exactly what th message says: the tv can't detect a signal and shuts down to save energy - normal behavior .
First you must check that the correct source is selected in the tv menu. Then you must check the cables plugged in the tv. Finally you must check the tv by plugging another source in it. If even then no signal is detected then the problem is in the tuner or the AV switch in the mainboard - you will have to call a repairman to replace those
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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