Question about Sharp Aquos LC-37HV4U 37 in. LCD HDTV
OK. Here seems to be a solution that is working now. Unplug both the
AVC and the panel (I used a power strip to make this easier by just
turning off the strip and back on again). With the AC removed, press
the "MAIN POWER" on. Next, press and hold the "VOL (--)" and "INPUT" at
the same time. Finally, plug the AC power back in and the set should come on.
After it came on, mine was in a factory test mode. I had to enable the write mode (I think it writes to the PROM) and then selected the second line down on the first menu (1 of 15 ) to have it do the restore or something.
Finally, my set came up with OPC enabled to auto and it seems to have a sensor issue. At night, the monitor is unwatchable with such low light. So, I turned on a bright light near the monitor and set that to "Manual". so far, for two days and nights now it has been working again. I hope this helps. Good luck! -Brad
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
Too Vague, can you be more discriptive.
Are you hooked to cable? does this happen when using Gaming? DVD, VCR?
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
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