I turned the tv on after having it about 11 months and the screen is weird like when you would push on an old calculater screen. The bottom portion of the screen is all squiggly and blacked out. ive sent emails to haier and have recieved no answers. i know there is a 1 year warranty but have no idea what else to do. thanks chad email@example.com
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I fixed the problem by taking the batteries out of the remote and unplugging the tv for 30 minutes. At the end of 30 minutes I replaced the batteries then pushed each button on the remote in order. I then plugged the tv back in and everything worked again.
the audio is perfect, but the screen vertically squeezes to about a quarter of an inch and stays horizontally regular.
it is due to vertical section of your tv has failed.
it is a common problem
if you are not a tech person call tech to fix it.
1 check vertical section supply.
2 check components in vrtical output stage.
3 check vertical output ic.
4 loose contact in vertical section
it is not a major ptoblem.
Plug it into a power strip and turn off the power strip as well as the TV. I've been told that newer TVs are always "on" - standby mode- and someone probably has a device somewhere in the near vicinity that is turning it on. (Or your cat is watching it when you're not home.) Or you could just unplug it when you leave.
I had the exact problem...tried a number of things that did not work. My dog "ate" my original remote. After reading your solution I took the universal remote that was programmed to work with the tv and tried holding down each button for a few seconds hoping that one would work like the display button on the original remote. It worked.
I have a GE universal remote and the menu/info button worked for me. Again, you need to hold it in for a couple of seconds. Thanks for the help and I hope my added solution helps other people. Claudia in Minnesota