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No picture My insignia (CRT) TVHD30 picture will not come on. The red light goes to green when you hit the power button but the screen is blank. The fuse on the power supply board is good and I dont see anything obvious. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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  • Anonymous Jun 30, 2008

    my tv set is dead, no picture on screen and no light on channel strip, when i power on the set, set still shows dead, what do i have to take the step to power on.

  • deezdrama Aug 13, 2008

    this is my third insignia is-tvhd30 crt tv set, for the money you cant beat the picture these sets have- in 1080i the picture is near as good as my 57" samsung dlp lcd....anyway I thought the third time was the charm and this tv worked flawless for a couple years, last night I turned the tv off and went to bed- this morning i woke up and noticed the green light flashing and making a slight clicking sound, when i got home from work i tried to turn it on but got nothing, unplugged it and tried again- now i dont even get the flashing light...any ideas? Im very handy with do it yourself procedures, is there a fuse or something inside i should check?

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Try a "hard restart". which simply means unplugging the power cord of the TV, and replugging it after 4 hours have passed. This technique reprograms the electronics, to a certain extent.
You can also visit the manufacturer's website or call their tollfree number for problem solving info.
Hope these suggestions help you out.

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