Question about Televison & Video
Bought in March of 2007. Just in the last week I have had to unplug the unit to get the set to show a picture. The green light comes on, but no picture unless I unplug the unit (reset it). This has happened 2 or 3 times, typically in the morning. The unit is connected via HDMA which runs from the HD DirecTv box into the Pioneer receiver and then out to the set. I have tried switching the set over to TV or even turning the volume up or down to see if it is a satelitte/hdmi input issue only, but no picture can be seen at all until I reset the unit by unplugging it. Should I be worried that a part is on its way out or is this just some sort of lock up issue caused by my routing through the receiver?
The image for both of my HDMI inputs have gone out. I purchased my TV almost 2 years ago. Unplugging the TV doesn't seem to work. I assume it's not under warranty, so trying to figure out my options.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
I have same problem on Sharp Aquos LCD. I unplug/turn off circuit and then turn back on and it works. Otherwise no picture, just a light and light goes off.
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